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New Mass. Law Extends Censorship to Web, IM, Email

Wed, Jul 14 2010 08:00am PDT
The American Civil Liberties Union, along with other organizations, is challenging a new Massachusetts statute that went into effect this week that is intended to ban distribution by the Internet of "matter harmful to minors."

Plea Deal Reached in Torture Portal Obscenity Case

Tue, Jul 13 2010 02:30pm PDT
Torture Portal operator Barry Goldman has reached a plea deal with federal prosecutors over obscenity charges, XBIZ has learned.

Opening Arguments Begin in Stagliano Trial

Tue, Jul 13 2010 11:00am PDT
Opening arguments for the obscenity trial of John Stagliano began this morning.

Consumer Reports Flunks Apple's iPhone 4

Tue, Jul 13 2010 06:00am PDT
Apple's iPhone 4 could see a slowdown of sales after Consumer Reports ripped the new smartphone, claiming it can't recommend it because of the device's antenna issues.

Stagliano Trial Jury Selected

Mon, Jul 12 2010 03:00pm PDT
The jury was seated in the obscenity trial of John Stagliano on Monday, with opening arguments in the case set to begin tomorrow at 10:45 a.m.

Hefner Seeks to Take Playboy Private

Mon, Jul 12 2010 09:00am PDT
Playboy Enterprises' Hugh Hefner is looking at taking the company he founded private.

Exxxotica Show Debuts in Los Angeles

Sun, Jul 11 2010 10:00am PDT
Exxxotica Los Angeles rocked the rafters of the Los Angeles Convention Center as the porn fan extravaganza opened its doors for the first time in adult’s epicenter of entertainment this weekend.

2010 F.A.M.E. Awards Winners Announced

Sun, Jul 11 2010 09:00am PDT
The 2010 F.A.M.E. Awards winners were announced Saturday evening as part of the first-ever Exxxotica Los Angeles Expo.

Google Secures Content License in China

Sat, Jul 10 2010 06:00am PDT
Google announced that China has renewed the search engine giant’s Internet content provider license.

Major Recording Studios File Suit Against RK Netmedia

Fri, Jul 09 2010 04:15pm PDT
Several major recording studios have filed a lawsuit against Miami-based RK Netmedia and RealityKings.com, claiming copyright infringement.
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