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Kentucky Decides to Appeal Domain Name Seizure Case

Online adult companies have every reason to be concerned over an appeal by the state of Kentucky in its attempt to halt Internet gambling by seizing 141 domain names whose owners are located primarily out of state or overseas.

Victory for Domain Owners in Kentucky

The Kentucky Court of Appeals has enacted an order prohibiting the Franklin Circuit Court from seizing scores of Internet domain names.

Kentucky Domain Seizure Case Heard in Appeals Court

The Kentucky Court of Appeals heard oral arguments last Friday on democratic Governor Steve Beshear's effort to seize scores of domain names.

Kentucky Court Stops Domain Seizures

Kentucky's Court of Appeals has granted a motion to stay the state's transfer and seizure of 141 Internet domain names.

Kentucky Seizes Online Gaming Domains

Judge Thomas Wingate is expected to decide within seven days whether to dismiss the case or allow it to proceed to a forfeiture hearing

Policy Expert Warns Kentucky Governor May Sue Adult Websites

A policy expert warns that Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear’s may soon apply the same tactic to online adult websites that he has applied to Internet gambling — having them forfeit the domains to the state by taking owners to court.

Brea Bennett Featuring in Kentucky

Ninn Worx_SR contract performer Brea Bennett will appear for three nights at the Lexington, Ky., Spearmint Rhino Gentlemen's Club Thursday through Saturday.

Kentucky Antiporn Group Targets Indiana Adult Business

Louisville, Ky.-based conservative group Reclaim Our Culture Kentuckiana has posted a large antiporn billboard near a 24-hour adult store and theater in Clarksville, Ind.

Kentucky Cracks Down on Child Porn

Sparked by the recent crackdown against online child pornography, Kentucky will attempt to follow federal suit as it prepares to discuss a state law that would include making child pornography possession a felony.

Kentucky Blocks Hustler Store

The city council threw a wrench in Larry Flynt Publications' plan to build a Hustler retail store along the interstate interchange where current zoning laws allow adult establishments to conduct business