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Zango’s Federal Lawsuit Against Epic Cash Dismissed

Mon, Jan 26 2009 04:00pm PST
A federal judge on Friday dismissed claims brought on by online advertising company Zango Inc. against affiliate program Epic Cash.

U.S. Judge Puts Limits on Flynt Media Corp.

Mon, Jan 26 2009 02:00pm PST
The federal judge who heard oral arguments last week over a proposed injunction relative to the Flynt name has sided with Larry Flynt and LFP Inc.

Hike in CP Cases Leads to FBI Backlog

Sat, Jan 24 2009 06:00am PST
Federal auditors say that the FBI's efforts to investigate and prosecute child online pornography cases has led to an evidence backlog in the bureau's computer labs.

New iPhone App iGirl Tests Boundaries of Adult on iTunes

Fri, Jan 23 2009 10:00am PST
Developers for Apple's mighty iPhone are dancing close to the adult barrier, but they still can't cross it.

The Union Invites Larry Flynt to Speak

Fri, Jan 23 2009 06:00am PST
The world’s most prestigious debating society has invited Larry Flynt to speak at the Oxford Union.

Playboy Takes $100M Charge, Closes N.Y. Editorial Offices

Thu, Jan 22 2009 03:15pm PST
Playboy Enterprises plans to write down more than $100 million and consolidate its online and print operations as it tries to shore up its business.

Private Completes GameLink Purchase

Thu, Jan 22 2009 12:30pm PST
With Private Media Group’s announcement on Thursday that it completed its acquisition of online retailer GameLink, a much bolder company has emerged — one that has ambitious plans on offering more content in more media formats and in more languages.

Max Hardcore Attorneys Deliver Appeal to 11th Circuit

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.

Calif. Appellate Court Upholds Conviction Over Cached CP Files

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.

Minor’s Suit Over Wet T-Shirt Internet Photos Rejected

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.
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