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Texas Justices Weighing Free Speech Rights With 'Pole Tax'

Tue, Feb 16 2010 06:00am PST
Oral arguments are slated for March 25 in a Texas Supreme Court case that may decide whether the government can tax content protected by the 1st Amendment.

Brazzers Parent Fighting $6.4 Million Forfeiture Suit

Mon, Feb 15 2010 01:45pm PST
The parent company of Brazzers has filed a motion to dismiss the forfeiture of $6.4 million after U.S. regulators traced numerous transactions with third-party credit card processors, including those in Israel.

Vivid Offers Singer John Mayer a Job

Mon, Feb 15 2010 01:00pm PST
Vivid Entertainment has made singer John Mayer a job offer.

Zoey Zane Murder Suspect Is Convicted

Fri, Feb 12 2010 03:30pm PST
Jurors on Friday afternoon convicted the accused murderer of Internet solo girl Zoe Zane.

Veoh to File Chapter 7; Copyright Battles Took Toll

Fri, Feb 12 2010 12:00pm PST
A sour economy and civil litigation — including one suit filed by Titan Media Group’s parent company — have prompted video website to file for bankruptcy.

TMZ Visits XBIZ Awards; Coverage to Air Tonight

Thu, Feb 11 2010 02:00pm PST
TMZ reports from last night’s XBIZ Awards as its lead story tonight.

GameLink Plans on Marketing iPad-ready Adult Films

Thu, Feb 11 2010 09:30am PST
GameLink on Thursday said it plans on marketing iPad-ready adult films, with 7,500 of them already formatted and ready to go when the new Apple tablet hits the shelves.

XBIZ Awards 2010 Winners Announced

Thu, Feb 11 2010 08:00am PST
Some of the biggest names in the adult industry strutted their stuff and sizzled on the red carpet at the eighth annual XBIZ Awards, held at the legendary Avalon Hollywood.

Nephews Permanently Enjoined From Using ‘Flynt’

Wed, Feb 10 2010 10:15am PST
U.S. District Judge Howard Matz has signed off on a permanent injunction that limits Larry Flynt’s nephews’ use of the “Flynt” name on adult-themed products and services.

Hackers Rebel Over Porn Filtering

Wed, Feb 10 2010 09:30am PST
Hackers took down a number of Australian government websites Wednesday in strategic attacks protesting against a planned Internet filter aimed at online adult content.
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