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N.J. Court: No Shield Law Protection for Blogger Shellee Hale

Thu, Apr 22 2010 02:00pm PDT
An appellate division judge has affirmed an earlier court ruling that the state’s shield law doesn’t apply to defendant Shellee Hale in her case with Too Much Media.

Judge Denies Motion to Dismiss Sex.com Bankruptcy Filing

Thu, Apr 22 2010 11:45am PDT
A bankruptcy judge has denied DOM’s motion to dismiss an involuntary bankruptcy petition against Sex.com

Titan Seeks $1.35M in Tube Site Piracy Case

Wed, Apr 21 2010 11:30am PDT
In a piracy case portrayed as one of "cat and mouse," Titan Media has asked a federal judge to award the gay adult studio $1.35 million against the two operators of MonsterCockTube.com.

CNBC's Porn Special Beats Out Mainstream News

Tue, Apr 20 2010 12:00pm PDT
CNBC’s re-run of “Porn: Business of Pleasure,” the networks’ hour long special report on the adult industry, continues to grab the attention of younger viewers.

Brazzers Loses Motion to Dismiss $6.75 Million Infringement Suit

Mon, Apr 19 2010 10:45pm PDT
A federal judge late Monday denied Brazzers' parent company its motion to dismiss a $6.75 million suit alleging it pirates adult content.

'Caligula' Director Tinto Brass Is Hospitalized

Mon, Apr 19 2010 01:30pm PDT
Italian film director Tinto Brass is in stable condition after being admitted to a hospital in northern Italy with a brain hemorrhage.

Gizmodo Says It Has the Skinny on iPhone 4G

Mon, Apr 19 2010 11:30am PDT
Gizmodo says it has disassembled a purported next-generation iPhone after it was found at a bar, finding it thinner and slightly heavier but loaded with bells and whistles that should titillate its fans.

Porn Malware Blackmails Victims Over Browsing Histories

Fri, Apr 16 2010 12:15pm PDT
A nasty virus called the Kenzero takes screen grabs of surfer browsing histories then publishes a list of all the sites they have visited online.

Ohio Anti-porn Law Is Constitutional, 6th Circuit Rules

Thu, Apr 15 2010 04:30pm PDT
A federal appeals court has ruled that 2002 Ohio law that attempts to shield minors from obscene material on the Internet is constitutional as interpreted by the state Supreme Court.

Raging Stallion Offers Ricky Martin $1M to Perform

Thu, Apr 15 2010 04:15pm PDT
Raging Stallion Studios reports it has offered Ricky Martin $1 million to perform in a sex scene with exclusive performer Austin Wilde.
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