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CuriousCash Adds MPA3, Offers Bigger Payouts
Aug 10, 2005 10:04 AM PDTCYBERSPACE – Adult webmaster affiliate program CuriousCash has announced its adoption of Mansion Productions' MPA3 affiliate management and cascading billing software as well as a boost in its revshare payout levels.
‘Pornographic’ Picture Books Pulled from Library
Aug 10, 2005 8:00 AM PDTProtesters held a rally this week to demand the resignation of Denver’s head librarian over the “discovery” of Spanish-language graphic novels containing nudity and sexual situations on library bookshelves.
FCC Hires Anti-Porn Conservative
Aug 10, 2005 6:00 AM PDTWith the political climate in Washington becoming increasingly conservative, the Federal Communications Commission has ratcheted up the stakes by hiring anti-porn advocate Penny Nance as its newest advisor for the Office of Strategic Planning and Policy Analysis.
Dark Alley Media Holds 'Unleashed' Party
Aug 9, 2005 3:56 PM PDTNEW YORK – The Roxy hosted Dark Alley Media's "Owen Hawk: Unleashed" release party this past Saturday, bringing out an estimated 2,000 people to support the release of the movie.
Elegant Angel Offers 'Kinzie's Anal Adventures'
Aug 9, 2005 3:55 PM PDTCYBERSPACE – Kinzie Kenner has agreed to appear in four scenes plus a solo scene, including her first anal scene, for an Elegant Angel release tentatively titled "Kinzie's Anal Adventures."
Ex-Adult Store Employee Loses Sexual Harassment Suit
Aug 9, 2005 3:00 PM PDTA former employee of AVE Inc. adult video stores is suing what remains of the Texas-based chain for sexual harassment. In the complaint, plaintiff Billy J. Davis claims his supervisor groped him and suggested that he offer sexual favors to customers.
Debate Boils Over .XXX
Aug 9, 2005 1:40 PM PDTIn the ongoing debate between those in favor of the .XXX sponsored top-level domain and those opposed to it – a group of about 50 gathered to listen to six panelists debate the merits of the sTLD that was approved by ICANN on June 1.
Anti-Porn Group Chides Cox Communications Over Usenet Groups
Aug 9, 2005 11:30 AM PDTConsidered the third largest cable television and high-speed provider in the country, Atlanta-based Cox Communications found itself in the child porn hot seat after an anti-pornography group launched a petition to force Cox to stop any contributory actions related to child porn distribution.
Industry Vets Form Pulse Distribution/Pulse Pictures
Aug 9, 2005 9:50 AM PDTFormer LFP President Jim Kohls and LFP Video Executive Vice President Mark Hamilton have launched their own adult enterprise, Pulse Distribution and its production arm, Pulse Pictures.
Epic Interactive Launches Production, Distribution Business
Aug 9, 2005 8:01 AM PDTRoy Karch, owner of Empire Video Distributors, has formed a new production/distribution company, Epic Interactive, to develop and distribute adult movies through home video, cable television and the Internet in the United States and abroad.
Porn ‘Public Health Crisis’ Is False, Dangerous
We are witnessing the early stages of a moral panic, the likes of which we have not seen since the Reagan Administration. As I write this, there are 27 states in the process of passing mandatory porn...
The Skinny on the New DMCA Requirement
The requirements under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) have changed, but the sky is not falling. We have, even as a law firm, been hit with an unbelievable amount of spam sent out by law firms...