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FlyntDigital Announces $100 Payouts
Apr 21, 2004 2:12 PM PDTFlyntDigital Showers Webmasters With $100 Payouts Through April 30.
Tower Settles FTC Charges; Alyon Notation Altered
Apr 21, 2004 11:52 AM PDTThe Federal Trade Commission said it has settled with Tower Records over a security flaw in the music giant’s website that exposed customer data to other Internet surfers. Separately, the FTC said that a press release it issued on adult payment processor Alyon Technologies Inc. was incorrect.
Lesbiankissingvideos.com Adds Payment Option
Apr 21, 2004 11:39 AM PDTLesbiankissingvideos.com adds yowcow.com payment option
Free Speech Coalition Applauds Work of AIM
Apr 21, 2004 10:50 AM PDTAs the glare of the media spotlight continues to shine on the Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation (AIM), the Free Speech Coalition issued a statement Wednesday praising the work of the nearly 10-year-old health care clinic that tests adult talent for communicable diseases.
Shatner Becomes Playboy Photographer
Apr 21, 2004 10:49 AM PDTWilliam Shatner is now a Playboy.com photographer. The actor who plays Captain Kirk in “Star Trek” shot Playboy Playmate Deanna Brooks recently at Playboy’s Santa Monica, Calif., studios. Brooks was the magazine’s “Miss May 1998.”
Spread4U Launches New Site Design
Apr 21, 2004 10:20 AM PDTSpread4U & Stroke4U, the sites that provide webmasters with free live straight and gay feeds, are happy to announce new site designs, which can now be co-branded.
Court: Prisoners Can Access Internet Materials
Apr 21, 2004 8:15 AM PDTIt's tough to be a prisoner, but why shouldn't the electronic age come to penitentiaries? The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld an injunction that ruled the California Department of Corrections must allow access to electronically generated mail while incarcerated.
L.A. Official: AIM Won't Be Subpoenaed
Apr 20, 2004 6:30 PM PDTDespite published reports on some online adult sites that it would seek confidential medical documents, a Los Angeles County official told XBiz the agency won't subpoena records of Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation, the Sherman Oaks, Calif.-based clinic which tests adult content actors.
RayVeness Petitions Congressman
Apr 20, 2004 2:10 PM PDTVeteran adult actress RayVeness made a formal petition to Congressman Brad Sherman to talk to her and other concerned citizens about issues facing the adult entertainment industry, in particular raising the age requirement for adult performers from the age of 18 to 21.
Media Groups Want FCC Ruling Reversed
Apr 20, 2004 11:29 AM PDTFollowing the Federal Communications Commission tough stance on indecency, certain members of the media including Fox Entertainment Group, Viacom, Radio One, and People for the American Way have asked the FCC to reconsider a recent ruling that they feel creates a "chilling effect" on their industry and stifles free speech.
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