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zBUCKz Taps Lloyd Cox as Business Development Manager

Tue, Feb 22 2011 09:00am PST
LONDON — Panorama Pacific, owner of gay adult affiliate programs zBUCKz.com and InsanePay, today announced the hire of Lloyd Cox as business development manager.

Utah Congressman Proposes Porn Site Tax, Software to Block Minors

Tue, Feb 22 2011 08:00am PST
Legislation aimed at levying a 25 percent tax on porn sites along with a special age verification software mandate is being prepared by Rep. Jim Matheson, D-UT.

WetAndPuffy Announces Tour, Niche Upgrades

Tue, Feb 22 2011 06:00am PST
WetAndPuffy announced a tour revamp and expanded niche marketing opportunities for webmasters.

XBIZ Sets Plans in Motion for June 2011 Chicago Conference

Mon, Feb 21 2011 04:00pm PST
XBIZ is pleased to announce that it has set plans in motion for a cutting-edge digital media conference to be held in June in Chicago.

Nicholas Steele Discusses Director of the Year Award for ‘Bat FXXX’

Mon, Feb 21 2011 02:30pm PST
Nicholas Steele told XBIZ that “Bat FXXX: Dark Night” was a vision three years in the making.

ICANN Could Decide on .XXX at March 18 Meeting

Mon, Feb 21 2011 10:45am PST
ICANN confirmed Monday morning in a web post that it will hold its general board meeting on Friday, March 18. At that time ICANN will vote on the .XXX proposal.

Sex Blog Announces Lady Porn Day

Mon, Feb 21 2011 09:00am PST
Rabbit Write, a self-proclaimed blog about navigating sex, gender and relationships kicked off Lady Porn Day today as part of a week-long exploration of porn and masturbation.

Golden Boys: Gay Winners React to XBIZ Awards

Mon, Feb 21 2011 08:00am PST
As the minutes ticked away late into the night on Feb. 9, Spencer Reed had a few butterflies floating in his stomach.

XRCO Announces 2011 Hall of Fame Inductees

Mon, Feb 21 2011 07:00am PST
The X-Rated Critics Organization (XRCO) announced its 2011 Hall of Fame inductees today.

FCC’s Net Neutrality Plan Hits Roadblock

Sun, Feb 20 2011 06:00am PST
House Republicans voted this week to suspend funding for the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality plan.
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