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Flower Tucci Hits Reality Kings, Others With Cybersquatting Suit

Fri, Jul 10 2009 11:30am PDT
Reality Kings and other defendants have been hit by a trademark infringement and cybersquatting lawsuit by adult performer Flower Tucci.

New 3rd-Party Processor Takes Old Name — iBill

Wed, Jul 08 2009 06:00pm PDT
The new Aurora, Colo.-based iBill is fighting back claims that it has ties to the defunct third-party processor that did business under the same name.

AIM Performer Quarantine 'Almost Complete'

Wed, Jul 08 2009 04:30pm PDT
One remaining performer has not tested yet because of an out-of-town trip and will have her second test when she returns to L.A., perhaps by the weekend.

Google Plans to Launch Chrome OS

Wed, Jul 08 2009 09:15am PDT
Google is unveiling its own operating system, Chrome OS, to compete with Microsoft Windows.

Calif.'s 20% Porn Tax Proposal Shot Down in Committee

Tue, Jul 07 2009 08:30am PDT
A California bill that would have imposed a 20 percent tax on sales of adult movies and sex toys, as well as the receipts of strip clubs, has been voted down by a legislative panel.

Porn Downloads Putting Squeeze on Japan’s Phone Network

Mon, Jul 06 2009 04:15pm PDT
Japanese telecoms have started imposing bandwidth restrictions on their 3G wireless networks, due largely to the popularity of downloading porn on cellphones.

1st Case to Use U.S. Safe Web Act Nets $3.7M in Fines to Spammers

Mon, Jul 06 2009 02:45pm PDT
In the first case to use the U.S. Safe Web Act, a federal judge has ordered key players in an international spam operation to repay the $3.7 million earned from promoting two health mainstream products.

TMM Defendant Targeted Online Adult Biz, Records Show

Mon, Jul 06 2009 12:15pm PDT
The defendant in the Too Much Media suit was so incensed by the pervasiveness of online adult material that she took it upon herself to begin an antiporn campaign.

Microsoft Yanks Ad Touting Browsing-History Removal

Fri, Jul 03 2009 12:00pm PDT
Microsoft has pulled an online ad for its Internet Explorer 8 browser after users complained it was offensive — not because the ad insinuates you can remove porn-browsing histories, but because vomit spews all over the place.

Too Much Media Wins 1st Round Over Oprano Posts

Thu, Jul 02 2009 01:00pm PDT
Too Much Media has won the first round in a suit against a Washington state woman who was accused of making false statements against the company on message boards.
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