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Bogus Spyware Operators Settle with FTC
Jan 7, 2006 12:06 PM PSTLooking down the barrel of a $2 million forfeiture in ill-gotten gains, two anti-spyware operators have agreed to settle charges with the Federal Trade Commission that their services were bogus and violated federal law.
Spammer Hit With Economic Death: an $11.2 Billion Judgment
Jan 7, 2006 6:01 AM PSTA spammer has been hit with the economic death penalty after a judge awarded an Internet service provider $11.2 billion judgment against the bulk email operator.
Voyeurism Victims Sue Over Privacy Invasion
Jan 5, 2006 3:00 PM PSTThe online adult industry got another black eye this week after court papers revealed that a video voyeur sold his products on the Internet of his neighbors in various degrees of undress.
Child Porn Law Loophole Raises Questions
Jan 5, 2006 1:00 PM PSTA recent change in South Dakota’s child pornography statute may make it more difficult to prosecute cases in the state, some prosecutors say. Now legislators say they will look at closing the loophole created when they updated the state’s child pornography rules in 2002 to criminalize the use of computers to exploit children.
Affiliate Linking Code Patent Case Goes Back to Court
Jan 3, 2006 12:30 PM PSTBritish Telecom Group’s patent infringement case over affiliate linking codes is set to go back to court later this month as Amazon.com tries to disprove BTG’s claims.
FSC Explains 2257 Ruling
Jan 3, 2006 10:52 AM PSTThe Free Speech Coalition is taking steps to outline the recent preliminary ruling by Judge Walker D. Miller on 18 U.S.C. § 2257 and has invited members to email questions on the issue for the upcoming FSC membership meeting at the Adult Entertainment Expo.
D.C. Law May Cause Close of Gay Adult Businesses
Jan 2, 2006 7:00 AM PSTVarious gay adult businesses are slated to be pushed out of a six-block radius in Washington, D.C., by a new baseball stadium – but they may not be allowed to move to another part of town, due to a little-noticed provision in a 2001 city law regulating the zoning for adult entertainment businesses.
Las Vegas Strip Clubs Can Continue Taxi Driver Payouts
Jan 2, 2006 6:00 AM PSTConventioneers might encounter one of Sin City’s largest affiliate programs when they descend on Internext. This time, however, it’s not about websites. It’s about taxi drivers, strip clubs and massage parlors.
Maxim Goes Indian, Kashmir Bans Porn
Dec 31, 2005 6:00 AM PSTThe new toned-down version of Maxim has hit India, marking a publishing bombshell in one of the world’s most conservative societies and representing yet another step in the country's inexorable slide towards the Western lifestyle.
Chris Wilson Ordered Released From Jail
Dec 29, 2005 12:58 PM PSTAlleged obscene picture peddler Chris Wilson today has been ordered released from jail by a Florida appellate court, after initially being denied immediate release last week.
WEB / TECH NEWS
Data Privacy Is Tightening Up in the E.U.
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Preventing Legal Problems Before They Start
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