Adult Industry News
Tue, Nov 09 2010 10:00am PST
The photos of more than 80 people accused of appearing in porn movies have been published by a Sri Lankan newspaper in an effort by the government to crack down on adult material.
Tue, Nov 09 2010 09:00am PST
Playboy Enterprises Inc. today announced a net loss for the third quarter ended Sept.30 of $27.4 million due largely to impairment and restructuring charges, but reported some improvement in its licensing and print and digital efforts.
Mon, Nov 08 2010 04:45pm PST
Lamebook.com, fearing it might get sued by Facebook.com, has fired off a preemptive bullet, seeking a judgment declaring it isn't infringing, diluting or violating the rights of Facebook.
Mon, Nov 08 2010 04:00pm PST
CBS affiliate KCAL-TV will feature Part 2 of a special report tonight about an Iraq war hero who returned to the U.S. to begin a new life as a legal prostitute at Dennis Hof’s Love Ranch brothel in Carson City, Nev.
Mon, Nov 08 2010 03:00pm PST
Operators of RedTube.com have been given tentative approval by a federal judge to direct an Internet service provider to transfer registration for dating site RedTubes.us to its parent company, Bright Imperial Ltd.
Mon, Nov 08 2010 01:00pm PST
After several years in research and development, PleasureXone has announced it is ready to roll out the company’s kiosks to select markets.
Fri, Nov 05 2010 02:30pm PDT
After completing testing for two generations of partners of the HIV-positive patient, AIM Healthcare said that all performers tested negative for HIV on two occasions using multiple testing methods.
Fri, Nov 05 2010 01:15pm PDT
West Coast Productions has filed the largest BitTorrent copyright infringement complaint so far this year, targeting 9,729 John Does, suspected of illegally downloading "Teen Anal Nightmare 2."
Fri, Nov 05 2010 11:00am PDT
A woman who lost her lawsuit against “Girls Gone Wild” video producers will get a second chance to prove her case.
Wed, Nov 03 2010 12:00pm PDT
Another insurer is attempting to cut ties from Reality Kings in the multimillion-dollar copyright infringement claim made by 26 recording company plaintiffs.