Adult Industry News
Fri, Jun 19 2009 02:15pm PDT
Canada is weighing a bold move that would force Internet service providers to reveal subscriber data without a warrant.
Fri, Jun 19 2009 11:45am PDT
Google has been ordered to put a halt allowing "pornographic and vulgar" content from being accessed through its Chinese-language search engine, the official Xinhua news agency reported.
Fri, Jun 19 2009 10:30am PDT
A sex tape of “Gossip Girl” star Leighton Meester is being shopped, XBIZ has learned. Celebrity sex tape broker Kevin Blatt confirmed the existence of the tape to XBIZ.
Thu, Jun 18 2009 03:15pm PDT
The Los Angeles County Health Department should step in to require condom use during adult video shoots or shut down productions, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation said at a press conference Thursday.
Tue, Jun 16 2009 08:30pm PDT
A public health official acknowledged Tuesday evening that the agency was inaccurate when it said the 16 unpublicized AIM Healthcare patients diagnosed HIV-positive were actively working as adult performers at the time of their test.
Mon, Jun 15 2009 07:00pm PDT
On the heels of the Free Speech Coalition issuing the first public comment on a still-unidentified performer testing HIV-positive last week, Larry Flynt Publications has followed suit.
Mon, Jun 15 2009 06:30pm PDT
"The circumstances are tragic and, of course, there is cause for grave concern anytime anyone is diagnosed with HIV," FSC Executive Director Diane Duke said.
Mon, Jun 15 2009 05:45pm PDT
In what may be a first, the Utah Transit Authority recently OK’d an ordinance that will fine passengers if they watch porn while they use its free Wi-Fi.
Mon, Jun 15 2009 01:15pm PDT
Performers who are on quarantine have been removed from AIM's password-protected site where production companies can check test results.
Mon, Jun 15 2009 11:15am PDT
Oral arguments were heard last week in the joint appeal of the first convictions in the jurisdiction of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for Internet obscenity not involving child pornography and the first convictions ever under the federal CAN-SPAM Act.