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FSC Blasts Move to Make Porn Shoots Condom-Only
Dec 21, 2009 1:00 PM PSTState regulators have received a demand from the AIDS Healthcare Foundation seeking an amendment to clarify protections for adult performers on the set. That clarification would include a condom requirement for all films shot in California.
MonsterCockTube Operators Ordered to Communicate in English
Dec 17, 2009 2:00 PM PSTA federal judge has ordered them to answer Titan Media's suit against them in English. The German citizens earlier told the court they'd only speak in their native language.
U.S. Asks Judge to Dismiss FSC’s Challenge to 2257
Dec 15, 2009 4:45 PM PSTThe U.S. Attorney General’s office on Monday asked a federal judge to dismiss the Free Speech Coalition’s lawsuit challenging revised record-keeping rules.
Zoe Zane Murder Suspect Faces Judge
Dec 15, 2009 11:00 AM PSTA judge heard pretrial oral arguments Tuesday in connection with the murder of Internet solo girl Zoey Zane.
Christian Group Protests Outside Playboy Mansion
Dec 14, 2009 4:15 PM PSTTwo dozen members of a Southern California Christian organization picketed outside the Playboy Mansion for more than three hours Saturday night.
XBIZ Awards to Be Held at Legendary Avalon Hollywood
Dec 14, 2009 4:00 PM PSTThe eighth annual XBIZ Awards on Feb. 10 will be held at a much-larger venue this year — Avalon Hollywood.
Corbin Fisher Calls Out Religious Group Over Lambert Complaint
Dec 14, 2009 2:45 PM PSTGay adult studio Corbin Fisher has interjected itself into mainstream public attention by asking the FCC to reject a complaint by the Liberty Counsel over Adam Lambert's performance during the American Music Awards.
Larry Flynt Victorious in Infringement Case
Dec 11, 2009 7:00 PM PSTA federal jury sided with Hustler publisher Larry Flynt in a trademark infringement case against his nephews who sought to launch a competing adult entertainment company using the family name, Flynt.
ISP WideOpen West in Giant Spyware Scheme, Suit Says
Dec 11, 2009 11:00 AM PSTInternet service provider WideOpen West installed spyware on its networks that gave a third-party online advertising company unfettered access to all inbound and outbound communication, according to a class-action suit.
Corbin Fisher Sues Alleged Pirates Who Sold DVDs on eBay
Dec 10, 2009 5:30 PM PSTGay adult studio Corbin Fisher has filed a federal lawsuit against several individuals involved in an alleged counterfeit DVD distribution enterprise that used eBay.
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