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Perfect 10 Sues Google Over Infringement in Canada

Tue, Sep 29 2009 12:15pm PDT
Perfect 10 has filed another copyright suit against Google — this time in a Canadian court.

Adult Toy, Retail Gear Up for Breast Cancer Month

Fri, Sep 25 2009 04:30pm PDT
Pleasure party company Brown Bag Party is the latest member of the adult toy and retail industry to develop an awareness and fundraising campaign in honor of Breast Cancer Month.

U.S. Judge Again Sides With Flynt Against His Nephews

Thu, Sep 24 2009 04:00pm PDT
A federal judge on Wednesday sided with Larry Flynt and LFP Inc. and denied summary judgment motions by Flynt Media Corp., which believes it has legal right to use the “Flynt” name.

EU Court Backs Google in AdWords Case

Thu, Sep 24 2009 03:00pm PDT
An advisor to the European Union's highest court has decided that Google's sale of trademark keywords to advertisers does not infringe EU laws.

Apple’s iPhone Is Coming to S. Korea

Wed, Sep 23 2009 04:15pm PDT
The Apple iPhone will get another boost in market share when South Koreans are able to buy the devices starting in November.

‘Girls Gone Wild’ Founder Makes Plea Deal in Tax Case

Wed, Sep 23 2009 10:00am PDT
"Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis has agreed to plead guilty to filing false tax returns. He says he looks forward to the next formal hearing on Nov. 6

Detroit City Council Weighs Banning Lap Dances

Tue, Sep 22 2009 05:30pm PDT
Detroit City Council is grappling over the language of a new ordinance that could heavily regulate the city’s 33 strip clubs.

Goldman’s Attorneys Want Obscenity Charges Dropped

Tue, Sep 22 2009 10:45am PDT
The attorneys defending Torture Portal operator Barry Goldman have asked a federal judge to dismiss his eight-count indictment on obscenity charges.

Jenna Jameson’s Former Divorce Attorneys Sue Her

Mon, Sep 21 2009 05:15pm PDT
Jenna Jameson is accused of not paying $72,300 for legal work relative to her divorce from Jay Grdina.

With ‘Net Neutrality,' Chair Says FCC Must Be a ‘Smart Cop’

Mon, Sep 21 2009 03:45pm PDT
The fight for “Net Neutrality” took a big step forward Monday with the chair of the Federal Communications Commission proposing new rules for managing traffic.
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