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ICM Registry in Deal With McAfee for Malware Scans

Mon, Jun 27 2011 02:00pm PDT
ICM Registry on Monday said it has struck a deal with McAfee for a free malware scan for every .XXX domain.

Jennifer Larsen Joins Digital Playground

Mon, Jun 27 2011 01:30pm PDT
Jennifer Larsen has joined Digital Playground as the company’s new public relations and marketing coordinator.

Falcon Studios Release 'What Goes Around'

Mon, Jun 27 2011 12:00pm PDT
Director Tony Dimarco and Falcon Studios have released “What Goes Around,” a portrayal of the gay relationship landscape in the Bay Area.

Pink Visual Vows Counterclaim After Hit With Copyright Suit

Mon, Jun 27 2011 12:00pm PDT
Pink Visual says it plans on filing a counterclaim against Inter-Avid Productions after being hit with a copyright infringement suit.

Couture Fashion Line Uses Porn to Push Clothing

Mon, Jun 27 2011 11:30am PDT
A high-end menswear fashion company revealed more than its clothing line in Paris last week.

After Ruling, Private Reconstitutes Its Board

Mon, Jun 27 2011 09:30am PDT
Private Media Group, just days after a Las Vegas judge invalidated a shareholder vote for its board of directors, has reconstituted its board.

Australian Sex Party Wants Porn Ban Lifted in Aboriginal Communities

Mon, Jun 27 2011 09:00am PDT
Calling the government's ban on porn in Aboriginal communtities racist and ineffective, the Australian Sex Party wants the intervention lifted in the Northern Territory.

U.S. Justices to Rule on FCC Indecency Policy

Mon, Jun 27 2011 08:45am PDT
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday decided to weigh in whether federal regulators are violating the U.S. Constitution by imposing fines for on-air profanities and nudity.

FreeOnes Hits Half Million Link Mark

Mon, Jun 27 2011 08:00am PDT
FreeOnes announced today that it has reached the 500,000 link mark on its website.

ISPs to Implement 'Graduated Response' to Piracy

Sun, Jun 26 2011 06:00am PDT
Some of the country’s top Internet service providers are one step closer to working out a deal with media and entertainment companies to develop tougher punishments for customers who refuse to stop using their networks to pirate content.
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