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Walmart Acquires Vudu but Will Porn Survive?

Tue, Feb 23 2010 06:00am PST
Retail giant Walmart announced yesterday that it is acquiring Santa Clara, Calif-based streaming movie company Vudu, Inc.

RedTube Loses Round Over Subpoena Power

Mon, Feb 22 2010 03:00pm PST
RedTube won't have open subpoena power in its quest to find those thought to be responsible or have knowledge in the redirection of RedTube traffic on July 24, a federal judge ruled today.

Intelius Sued by Adult Website Operator for Infringement

Mon, Feb 22 2010 01:45pm PST
An adult website operator has filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against Intelius, a national company that sells online screening services and verification checks for individuals and corporations.

Porn Legend Jamie Gillis Dies at 66

Mon, Feb 22 2010 12:00pm PST
Adult veteran performer Jamie Gillis passed away last Friday after losing his battle with cancer. He was 66 years of age.

.XXX Names Will Be Available This Year, ICM Registry Says

Mon, Feb 22 2010 12:00pm PST
ICM Registry plans on moving forward with the .XXX proposal and start selling names as soon as possible.

Federal Judge Won't Dismiss Stagliano Obscenity Case

Mon, Feb 22 2010 09:45am PST
A federal judge again has refused to dismiss obscenity charges against John Stagliano and his two production companies, Evil Angel Productions Inc. and John Stagliano Inc.

Private's Bunimovitz Named XBIZ Businessman of Year

Fri, Feb 19 2010 08:00am PST
Private Media Group (Private) CEO, Ilan Bunimovitz, received Special Recognition as Businessman of the Year at the XBIZ 2010 Awards show last week. Goes on Auction Block

Thu, Feb 18 2010 04:45pm PST is on the auction block, but the eventual selling price could weed out potential suitors.

Ira Isaacs to Make U.S. Supreme Court Appeal

Thu, Feb 18 2010 03:15pm PST
The Ira Isaacs obscenity case could be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court.

FSC's Diane Duke to Debate at UNC Symposium

Thu, Feb 18 2010 03:00pm PST
Free Speech Coalition executive director Diane Duke will take part in a debate on censorship and First Amendment issues at the University of North Carolina’s 2010 Symposium.
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