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FriendFinder Sets Playboy Bid at $210M

Thu, Jul 15 2010 09:15am PDT
FriendFinder Networks Inc. said Thursday it is planning to buy Playboy for $210 million.

Stagliano Judge Throws Out 'Fetish Fanatic' Trailer

Thu, Jul 15 2010 08:45am PDT
In a stunning blow to the government’s case against John Stagliano, Judge Richard Leon ruled this morning the trailer to “Fetish Fanatic 5” was now inadmissible due to technical flaws in the recording by the FBI.

Stagliano Judge to Rule Tomorrow on 'Fetish Fanatic 5' Trailer

Wed, Jul 14 2010 03:15pm PDT
Judge Richard Leon said this afternoon he would give his ruling tomorrow as to whether the trailer for “Fetish Fanatic 5” would be thrown out and with it, the seventh count in the indictment against John Stagliano.

Video: Expert Witness in Stagliano Trial Speaks Out

Wed, Jul 14 2010 02:00pm PDT
Film and media studies professor Constance Penley, whose expert testimony was disallowed by the judge in the John Stagliano obscenity trial, speaks out about porn, obscenity and Stagliano himself.

Stagliano Judge May Throw Out 'Fetish Fanatics' Trailer

Wed, Jul 14 2010 01:00pm PDT
The government’s case against John Stagliano under the charge that material, in the form of a movie trailer, was accessible to minors had been thrown into question after a major technical malfunction occurred during the playing of the video.

Stagliano Trial Attorneys Battle Over Actor's Identity

Wed, Jul 14 2010 11:30am PDT
Day two of the obscenity trial of John Stagliano began with an issue over a witness the defense plans on calling.

Google Launches 'Fiber for Communities' Site

Wed, Jul 14 2010 11:00am PDT
Search engine giant Google is launching a new site called “Google Fiber for Communities,” to highlight its development of new, experimental ultra-high speed broadband networks.

FriendFinder to Announce Playboy Bid on Thursday

Wed, Jul 14 2010 09:30am PDT
FriendFinder Networks Inc. plans to make public its proposal to buy Playboy Enterprises Inc. on Thursday, CEO Marc Bell told XBIZ.

New Mass. Law Extends Censorship to Web, IM, Email

Wed, Jul 14 2010 08:00am PDT
The American Civil Liberties Union, along with other organizations, is challenging a new Massachusetts statute that went into effect this week that is intended to ban distribution by the Internet of "matter harmful to minors."

Plea Deal Reached in Torture Portal Obscenity Case

Tue, Jul 13 2010 02:30pm PDT
Torture Portal operator Barry Goldman has reached a plea deal with federal prosecutors over obscenity charges, XBIZ has learned.
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