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DOJ: Internal Policies Irrelevant to Obscenity Case

Tue, Oct 06 2009 02:00pm PDT
Justice Department attorneys, in a brief filed Monday in the obscenity trial of Torture Portal operator Barry Goldman, said that the government’s internal policies are irrelevant to his prosecution.

CNN Asks ‘Does Sex Still Sell?’

Tue, Oct 06 2009 11:00am PDT
In an article published yesterday, CNN covered last month’s Exxxotica Expo and approached adult industry professionals and performers with questions about the state of the business.

Playboy Taps Vaickus as New President

Tue, Oct 06 2009 10:00am PDT
Playboy Enterprises on Tuesday named Alex Vaickus as president, a new position that will oversee all of its divisions.

FSC Suit That Sought to Block Utah Registry Is Dismissed

Mon, Oct 05 2009 11:45pm PDT
A federal judge has dismissed a suit waged by the Free Speech Coalition over Utah’s Child Protection Registry.

Jimmy Flynt Sr. Ordered to Continue LFP Deposition

Mon, Oct 05 2009 01:00pm PDT
A judge on Friday ordered Jimmy Flynt Sr. to continue with his deposition over the use of the “Flynt” name on Flynt Media Corp. products.

U.S. Supreme Court Rejects 2257 Challenge

Mon, Oct 05 2009 11:45am PDT
Without comment, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday denied a challenge to 18 U.S.C. § 2257, the federal recordkeeping and labeling law for the adult entertainment industry.

Google Puts Pirate Bay Back in Its Search Index

Mon, Oct 05 2009 09:30am PDT
Google has restored’s home page to its search results after removing it last week.

Penthouse Rolls Out European HD Channels Today

Mon, Oct 05 2009 09:15am PDT
Penthouse on Monday launched its European HD channels on the first day of MIPCOM, one of the largest media-content conventions in the world.

Acacia Battle Paid Off for Adult Defense Fund

Fri, Oct 02 2009 11:30am PDT
The six-year battle that pitted Acacia vs. the Adult Defense Fund started as a “rag-tag motley crew of dirty little porn people to unite.”

Pirate Bay’s URL Disappears From Google Searches

Fri, Oct 02 2009 10:30am PDT
Google has removed’s home page from its search results after a complaint it received under the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
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