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Former Porn Actors File Suit Against AIM

Mon, Jun 28 2010 09:00am PDT
Two former porn actresses have filed a class action lawsuit against the Adult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation (AIM), over privacy breaches of their protected patient health data and deceptive business practices.

Missouri Porn Bill Signed

Sat, Jun 26 2010 06:00am PDT
Governor Jay Nixon signed a controversial porn bill Friday that will regulate strip clubs and other adult businesses.

FSC: ICANN Makes No Determination on .XXX

Fri, Jun 25 2010 10:00am PDT
As the adult industry inches closer to a dedicated .XXX sTLD, the Free Speech Coalition, which opposes the domain name, says the issue is far from over.

Hustler Mega-Club Set to Open in Vegas

Fri, Jun 25 2010 08:00am PDT
Described as the most expensive gentleman’s club ever built, the Vegas Hustler Club is set to open in July.

Website: Women Cheating More Than Ever Before

Fri, Jun 25 2010 06:00am PDT
According to real-time statistics from micro-blogging site CheatConfession, women cheat on their partners more than men — primarily for revenge.

ICANN Moves Forward With .XXX Proposal

Fri, Jun 25 2010 02:30am PDT
ICANN’s board of directors voted Friday morning to move forward with ICM Registry’s .XXX proposal.

Fla. Regulators Probing 4 Adult Studios

Thu, Jun 24 2010 01:00pm PDT
Florida regulators have begun probing condom-less production shoots by Bang Bros Films, Hustler Video, Josh Stone Productions and Reality Kings Productions.

ICANN's General Counsel: .XXX Will Get the Green Light

Thu, Jun 24 2010 12:45pm PDT
ICANN'S top legal official told its board of directors that the panel will likely approve the sponsored top-level domain tomorrow when it is put up for vote.

Alpha Red Has Assets to Be Liquidated, Trustee Says

Thu, Jun 24 2010 06:00am PDT
There will be funds available for disbursement in the Chapter 7 liquidation of equipment and other assets owned by defunct web-hosting provider Alpha Red.

YouTube Wins Case Against Viacom

Wed, Jun 23 2010 03:45pm PDT
A federal court today granted YouTube a summary judgment in its case with Viacom over copyright infringement.
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