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XBIZ Names John Stagliano 'Man of the Year'

Thu, Feb 17 2011 12:00pm PST
Evil Angel founder John Stagliano, who overcame a federal obscenity prosecution that generated nationwide attention last year, received the ‘Man of the Year’ honor at the 2011 XBIZ Awards.

eMerchantPay Honored at 2011 XBIZ Awards

Thu, Feb 17 2011 11:15am PST
International billing provider eMerchantPay was honored with the Marketing Campaign of the Year award at the XBIZ Awards show.

Adult Anti-Piracy Movement Gains Steam

Thu, Feb 17 2011 10:45am PST
Amidst the speed networking, award show buzz and deal-making that took place at the XBIZ LA, a group of adult entertainment studios gathered to discuss digital content piracy.

U.S. Government Snafu Shuts Down 84,000 Websites

Thu, Feb 17 2011 09:00am PST
The Department of Justice and Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) division erroneously shut down 84,000 websites and seized domains last week in what it believed to be a crackdown on child porn and counterfeit goods.

Corbin Fisher Extends Piracy Amnesty Offer

Thu, Feb 17 2011 08:00am PST
Liberty Media Holdings, parent company of gay adult content provider, Corbin Fisher, announced that it will extend the offering of a limited-time amnesty to torrent users sharing Corbin Fisher content.

FSC Files Appeal of 2257 Suit Dismissal

Wed, Feb 16 2011 05:30pm PST
The Free Speech Coalition and 14 co-plaintiffs on Wednesday filed an appeal with the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court, challenging the constitutionality of 18 U.S.C. § 2257, the federal record-keeping and labeling act.

FSC: Health Dept. Demands Blood Test From Performer

Wed, Feb 16 2011 05:30pm PST
The FSC says that Health Department officials have on at least one occasion appeared at the home of an adult industry performer and demanded that the model immediately provide a blood sample.

Lampoontang Appeals Trademark Rejection

Wed, Feb 16 2011 04:00pm PST
Adult production company Lampoontang on Tuesday filed an appeal with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office after an examiner rejected its application to trademark its name.

European Parliament Decides to Block Child Porn at Source

Wed, Feb 16 2011 02:00pm PST
The European Parliament decided yesterday that European Union member states must attempt to block child porn images at the source rather than forcing complete Internet blocking.

New Twist in 'Avatar XXX' BitTorrent Suit

Wed, Feb 16 2011 12:30pm PST
The suit involving 1,106 BitTorrent users who allegedly poached "This Ain’t Avatar XXX 3D" has gone south. A federal judge severs all but one of the defendants and now wants counsel for the unnamed John Doe.
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