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Calif. Appeal Court Rejects Alcohol Sales at L.A. Gentlemen’s Club

Wed, Apr 29 2009 12:30pm PDT
Owners of Little Tokyo Showgirls have every right to free speech but not to sell alcohol, a California appeal court ruled Monday.

VCX Faces Suit Waged by Arrow Over ‘Deep Throat’

Tue, Apr 28 2009 02:45pm PDT
Arrow Productions has filed suit against VCX and owner David Sutton over marketing DVD copies of the 1971 Linda Lovelace movie “Deep Throat.”

Viagra Rival Can Be Rubbed on Skin

Mon, Apr 27 2009 04:00pm PDT
Viagra and other drugs, like Cialis, have been a favorite for male porn stars — both straight and gay — who need to react adequately when the camera rolls.

Private Names GameLink Founder Ilan Bunimovitz as Its New CEO

Thu, Apr 23 2009 03:00pm PDT
Ilan Bunimovitz, who founded GameLink and later became a Private Media Group vice president, has been named CEO of Private.

Zango Co-founders’ Bankruptcy Filings Preceded Company’s Closure

Thu, Apr 23 2009 12:00pm PDT
When Zango co-founders Keith Smith and Daniel Todd both filed Chapter 11 petitions to U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Seattle on Jan. 28, the handwriting was on the wall — the adware company was close to death.

The American Prospect Magazine Discusses Porn’s Financial Woes

Wed, Apr 22 2009 05:00pm PDT
Liberal political magazine The American Prospect covers the national economy’s effect on the adult entertainment industry in its May issue. Free Speech Coalition Diane Duke is prominently featured in the piece.

Too Much Media Sues Woman Over Oprano Posts

Wed, Apr 22 2009 03:30pm PDT
Trial begins tomorrow in the case against a Washington state woman, who is accused of making false statements on message boards against Too Much Media, creators of the NATS affiliate-tracking software.

Zango Shuts Down Operations

Tue, Apr 21 2009 03:00pm PDT
Adware maker Zango has shut down its operations.

Calif. Porn Tax Dropped From Calendar but Still Alive

Tue, Apr 21 2009 12:30pm PDT
The measure that would create a 12-percent excise tax on all tangible adult entertainment products in California has been dropped for the legislative season but still is alive.

Kick Ass Offers YouTube Sensation Susan Boyle $1M to Lose Virginity

Fri, Apr 17 2009 03:30pm PDT
Seeking to capitalize on the latest Internet phenomenon, Kick Ass Pictures is offering YouTube singing sensation Susan Boyle $1 million to lose her virginity on camera.
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