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Apple Confirms: No Porn on iPhone

Fri, Jun 26 2009 09:45am PDT
On the heels of rejecting a nudity-filled app from its App Store, Apple has confirmed that it won’t allow porn on the iPhone, much to the confusion of everyone.

Court Rules Against Hustler in Benoit Case

Thu, Jun 25 2009 06:00pm PDT
A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that Hustler magazine did not have the right to publish nude photos of the late Nancy Benoit.

Fed Up With Porn Links, China Blocks Google Access

Thu, Jun 25 2009 10:00am PDT
China, without notice, started blocking and Wednesday night, later accusing the search engine of spreading adult content over the Internet.

1st-Ever iPhone Porn App Gets Approved, Removed by Apple

Thu, Jun 25 2009 08:00am PDT
With little fanfare, porn has finally and officially arrived on the Apple iPhone.

Another Plan to Tax Adult Entertainment in Calif. Is Launched

Wed, Jun 24 2009 03:00pm PDT
A California bill that would impose a 20 percent tax on sales of adult movies and sex toys, as well as the receipts of strip clubs, has been introduced in the Legislature.

Girls Gone Wild Files Suit Over

Tue, Jun 23 2009 11:45am PDT
Mantra Entertainment, the producer of the "Girls Gone Wild" video series, has filed suit against a content provider and one of the nation’s largest adult mobile operators.

‘Real Housewives’ Star’s Ex Peddling Sex Tape

Mon, Jun 22 2009 05:00pm PDT
The ex-boyfriend of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” cast member Danielle Staub is peddling a tape of the two of them en flagrante delicto. Steve Zalewski told Star magazine that his ex is a sex fiend.

XPays’ ‘One Night in Paris’ Suit Slated for Sept. 15

Mon, Jun 22 2009 02:00pm PDT
XPays copyright infringement case against Internet Commerce Group over the Paris Hilton sex tape, "One Night in Paris," is slated to be heard in front of a jury Sept. 15.

Playboy Claims Ecommerce Operator Reneged on Contract

Sat, Jun 20 2009 03:00am PDT
Playboy has filed suit against eFashion Solutions, the company it farmed out its ecommerce retail operations, claiming it breached its contract when it canceled website-management obligations for

Gerard Damiano’s 4,800-Page FBI File Unearthed

Fri, Jun 19 2009 04:00pm PDT
A 4,800-page FBI file on “Deep Throat” director Gerard Damiano released to the Associated Press following a Freedom of Information Act request shows the lengths agents nationwide went in an attempt to prevent a shift toward the acceptance of erotic entertainment.
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