Adult Industry News
Wed, Jan 21 2009 01:00pm PST
As Max Hardcore prepares to begin serving his 46-month sentence for obscenity crimes, his attorneys have filed an appeal to the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeal, requesting to orally argue their case.
Tue, Jan 20 2009 11:30am PST
A California appellate court this month affirmed a man’s conviction for possessing child pornography based on the presence of temporary Internet files stored in computer caches.
Mon, Jan 19 2009 05:00pm PST
A federal appeals court has ruled that a woman who took part in wet T-shirt contests at a Daytona Beach, Fla., hotel two months short of her 18th birthday cannot sue over images of her posted on the Internet, even though she was a minor.
Mon, Jan 19 2009 09:15am PST
Actress Kelli McCarty also starred in the NBC daytime drama "Passions."
Sat, Jan 17 2009 10:00am PST
The Chinese government’s crackdown on online adult content has strengthened even more today to now include 28 arrests, several newly targeted areas and a total of 277 website shutdowns over the past 11 days.
Fri, Jan 16 2009 04:45pm PST
Comedian Chris Wylde — who has appeared in VH1 specials including "40 Greatest Reality TV Moments," "I Love the '70s" and "I Love the '80s" — has been named to co-host the 2009 XBIZ Awards on Feb. 12.
Fri, Jan 16 2009 03:00pm PST
What happens when you spend thousands of dollars on a RealDoll and she tears, breaks or even gets decapitated during vigorous play? Send her to the RealDoll repair man of course.
Fri, Jan 16 2009 07:00am PST
A Catholic university in Taiwan has added a porn-appreciation course to its course lineup in its department of mass communications.
Thu, Jan 15 2009 04:00pm PST
A woman in West Vancouver has spoken out against the selling of pornographic magazines in worldwide locations of American Apparel, a retailer known in the adult industry for featuring Sasha Grey in one of its ad campaigns.
Thu, Jan 15 2009 01:00pm PST
A new study backed by 49 state attorneys general said that responsibility for protecting children online lies with parents and mentors, and not in the hands of agencies that develop age-verification technology.