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Morgan Sommer Joins ASACP Advisory Council
Mar 9, 2004 5:01 PM PSTASACP is pleased to announce that Morgan Sommer, Co-Founder of Cybersocket, joined the ASACP Advisory Council (AC).
On the Lookout for Porn Traders
Mar 9, 2004 3:11 PM PSTThe U.S. Forest Service is contemplating punishment for 65 employees who have been sharing sexually explicit material through their government-issued computers and email addresses.
Gaming Sites Face Cyber Extortion
Mar 9, 2004 1:24 PM PSTThe ill-fated online gambling industry, while one of the most lucrative industries in the history of the Internet, aside from the porn industry, has been plagued with setbacks, federal regulations, credit card processing snafus, and now a recent wave of cyber extortion that has put a major crimp in the side of many online gaming sites.
EU Assembly Passes New Piracy Rules
Mar 9, 2004 1:21 PM PSTThe European Union Parliament passed a bill Tuesday that is intended to sharply reduce piracy of digital media products.
PayPal Slapped With $150,000 Fine
Mar 9, 2004 11:24 AM PSTOnline payment service PayPal, a subsidiary of eBay, got slapped with a $150,000 fine on Tuesday following an investigation helmed by New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer. PayPal will also be required to pay costs associated with the investigation.
‘Operation Predator’ at 2,000 Arrest Mark
Mar 9, 2004 8:14 AM PSTOperation Predator has netted more than 2,000 arrests worldwide, including arrests of U.S. citizens who have traveled abroad to have sex with minors, people charged with molesting mentally impaired children, and those who smuggled foreign children into the U.S. to work as prostitutes, as well as those who manufacture or distribute child pornography on the Internet.
Eolas Patent Rejected
Mar 8, 2004 10:58 AM PSTIn a landmark decision that could have far-reaching implications for other pending patent infringement lawsuits, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office rejected the validity of a 1998 patent licensed to Eolas Technologies Inc. The decision announced Monday is not yet finalized and could be subject to change if an investigation proves fruitless.
Senate Closer to Indecency Bill
Mar 8, 2004 8:29 AM PSTThe U.S. Senate Commerce Committee plans to finish work on a broadcast indecency bill on Tuesday and send it to the Senate floor, where it is expected to pass overwhelmingly.
‘Shock Jocks’ Facing Proposed Fines
Mar 5, 2004 2:00 PM PSTThe FCC is proposing fines against many of the nation’s major radio companies for carrying well-known “shock jocks,” according to a report
Porn Writer Off The Hook
Mar 5, 2004 1:00 PM PSTA writer who fictionalized the torture and molestation of children was dismissed of child pornography charges this week after a judge decided that he was being held to the same legal standards as those who abuse real children.
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Q&A: Holiday Products Founder Moe Levy Reflects on Decades of Career Accomplishments
Born and raised in the Bronx, N.Y., as an only child, Moe Levy learned to become business savvy at an early age from his parents. Even more importantly, Levy says his parents instilled in him their people-oriented...
AWSummit’s Alexandru Gheorghe Has Eyes Set on Growth
The AWSummit has quickly made its mark and has become a top draw for chat hosts, studios and cam sites from all over the world. Founded by CEO Alexandru Gheorghe just two years ago, the cam-centric AW...