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Fed. Anti-Smut Bid Harvests Zero Prosecutions
Aug 10, 2007 5:00 PM PDTA Justice Department program to fight obscenity on the Internet, funded by a $150,000-a-year earmark in a spending bill and operated by an anti-porn group, has resulted in no prosecutions for obscenity.
LodgeNet Reponds to Antiporn Campaign
Aug 10, 2007 2:00 PM PDTLodgeNet answered criticism Thursday from antiporn groups pressuring the company to drop adult content from its pay-per-view-offerings in hotels across the country.
Canadian Exotic Dancing Industry Protests Legislation
Aug 10, 2007 11:30 AM PDTThe Adult Entertainment Association of Canada (AEAC) held an informational meeting this week to help safeguard Canadian club owners and entertainers against proposed legislation titled Bill C-57.
Australia Prime Minister Proposes Internet Filters
Aug 9, 2007 12:45 PM PDTSaying "No single measure is foolproof," Australian Prime Minister John Howard called for a $190 million program to regulate access to content on the Internet in a speech to the Australian Christian Lobby.
Perfect 10 Sues Microsoft for Copyright Infringement
Aug 9, 2007 9:45 AM PDTPerfect 10 President Norm Zada filed suit against Microsoft yesterday, alleging the company's search engine allows users access to thousands of stolen images and passwords to Perfect10.com.
CDT: Privacy Laws Needed for Search Engines
Aug 9, 2007 8:30 AM PDTAlthough search companies have taken significant steps to improve on consumer privacy protection, “comprehensive” federal legislation still is needed to protect web users from “bad actors,” the Center for Democracy and Technology asserted in a report issued this week.
Ohio Adult Businesses Petition to Change Law
Aug 9, 2007 5:00 AM PDTAdult performers and companies are collecting signatures to overturn a new law that will restrict adult businesses in Ohio.
Australia May Jail ‘Traffickers’ of Adult Material
Aug 8, 2007 3:30 PM PDTIn a move that the New Zealand Herald called “draconian,” legislation was introduced to the Australian Parliament that would allow anyone possessing more than five adult-oriented films or magazines to be arrested for “trafficking” and face up to two years in prison.
Adult Store Wins in Federal Court, City Mulls Appeal
Aug 8, 2007 2:00 PM PDTA federal appeals court has decided that Grover Beach adult retailer Diamond Video World was grandfathered in before a local ordinance banning adult stores in the downtown area took effect.
Antiporn Groups Step Up PR Campaign Against LodgeNet
Aug 8, 2007 5:00 AM PDTAntiporn groups Citizens for Community Values (CCV) and South Dakota Family Policy Council (SDFPC) will hold a press conference on Thursday to “expose” the Sioux Falls-based LodgeNet Entertainment Corp. as a “major provider of prosecutable hardcore pornography,” the groups announced Tuesday.
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