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Jury: ‘Girls Gone Wild’ Plaintiff Gave Consent to Filming

Mon, Jul 26 2010 12:00pm PDT
A jury has ruled against a woman who claimed she was featured in a “Girls Gone Wild” video without her permission.

RapidShare Scores Another Legal Victory

Mon, Jul 26 2010 08:00am PDT
A court in Germany has reversed a preliminary injunction against file-sharing service RapidShare, saying it doesn’t have to use a word filter to combat the sharing of copyrighted files.

Entourage Actor Kevin Connolly on Directing Sasha Grey

Sun, Jul 25 2010 06:00am PDT
Entourage TV show actor Kevin Connolly commented on directing porn star Sasha Grey in a “racy” bathroom scene for episode nine of HBO’s Entourage TV show.

Joe Francis Sues Over 'Tell-All' Book

Fri, Jul 23 2010 04:45pm PDT
Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis filed suit at Los Angeles Superior Court, claiming that a former employee breached a non-disclosure agreement and has a book deal.

Adult DVD Empire Said to Be In Obscenity Plea Deal

Fri, Jul 23 2010 08:45am PDT
Adult DVD Empire will plead guilty to an obscenity charge filed against the company by federal prosecutors.

Libertarian Party Called Stagliano Trial 'Ridiculous'

Wed, Jul 21 2010 05:00pm PDT
The Libertarian Party issued a statement prior to the end of the John Stagliano obscenity trial calling the prosecution ridiculous and in violation of the U.S. Constitution.

Poles Are Top Porn Purveyors, Study Says

Wed, Jul 21 2010 03:00pm PDT
Surveying 10,000 Polish Internet users, a study reveals that 86 percent of them actively seek out porn.

XBIZ Welcomes Dan Miller as Managing Editor

Wed, Jul 21 2010 12:00pm PDT
XBIZ has tapped veteran adult industry journalist Dan Miller as managing editor of XBIZ Premiere magazine. He brings 17 years of professional journalism experience to XBIZ.

Australia Bans Gay Hardcore Movie 'LA Zombie' at Film Fest

Wed, Jul 21 2010 10:30am PDT
Gay hardcore film "LA Zombie" won't be seen at the upcoming Melbourne International Film Festival because it was refused a classification exemption by the Australian Film Classification Board.

Russian Spy Turns Down Vivid Offer

Wed, Jul 21 2010 08:30am PDT
Vivid Entertainment got turned down by deported Russian spy Anna Chapman for a movie deal.
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