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Max Hardcore Releases Official Statement
May 31, 2007 7:33 PM PDTOn the heels of 10-count obscenity indictment being returned against Paul F. Little, aka Max Hardcore, Little, along with his attorney Jeffrey J. Douglas of Santa Monica, Calif. have issued an official statement to the press.
Max Hardcore Indicted on Obscenity Charges
May 31, 2007 6:41 PM PDTPaul F. Little, aka Max Hardcore, has been indicted on federal obscenity charges. The Justice Department charged Little with numerous counts of obscenity.
Antiporn Petition Set Back in Missouri
May 31, 2007 1:00 PM PDTClay County Prosecutor Dan White said he will rely on law enforcement authorities to investigate whether two local adult stores are violating Missouri law.
U.S. Indicts Operator of Newport Internet Marketing Corp. Over Spam
May 31, 2007 10:10 AM PDTHave you noticed how much less spam you are receiving? That’s the question federal authorities are asking Internet surfers after arresting the owner of Newport Internet Marketing Corp., who has been accused of using networks of compromised zombie computers to send out perhaps billions of spam emails.
Nashville Adult Bookstore Closed Over 'Lewd Acts'
May 30, 2007 4:02 PM PDTPolice officers padlocked the House of Thrills adult bookstore Tuesday by court order after a nine-month investigation into sex acts on the premises.
SexSearch Attorneys Ask Court to Dismiss Ohio Case
May 30, 2007 10:09 AM PDTAttorneys defending SexSearch.com and its partnering companies on Friday asked a federal judge to dismiss claims that the social-networking site neglected its duty to filter out participation with minors.
'Pornification' of Australia Sparks Call for Investigation
May 30, 2007 9:40 AM PDTA study completed by Nielsen//NetRatings and Internet analysis firm NetView has shown a 23-percent increase in online adult traffic in just one month, and the number of adult shops has risen to 900 — a 400-store jump in four years.
Finland Court OKs DVD Copying When Copy Protection Is 'Ineffective'
May 30, 2007 8:00 AM PDTIn a unanimous decision, Helsinki District Court has ruled that the Content Scrambling System (CSS) used to protect DVD movies from being copied is “ineffective" because it can be defeated.
Israeli Politician Drafts Bill to Block Porn on Cellphones, Internet
May 29, 2007 12:30 PM PDTCommunications Minister Ariel Atias is drafting a bill to block free adult entertainment and websites containing violence and gambling.
Judge Upholds Novel Use of Labor Laws in SlaveSpace.com Case
May 28, 2007 3:00 PM PDTJudge Allyne Ross of the Eastern District of New York upheld a “novel application” of forced labor and sex trafficking laws in the trial and conviction of Glenn Marcus, the webmaster of extreme bondage site SlaveSpace.com.
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