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Utah’s Scared of the Internet
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Utah lawmakers are at it again, mulling a legislative crackdown on open wi-fi connections because they make it easier for children to access online pornography.

The state of Utah has been in the news a lot lately for its heavy-handed approach to Internet regulation. The most recent curfuffle was over a law banning the use of competitor keywords in search advertising.

Porn Domain Vote To Come Tomorrow

Officials of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Numbers and Names (ICANN) are becoming increasingly leery of adopting the “.xxx” domain for pornographic websites amid concerns from government officials, the porn industry itself and, oddly enough, many religious groups.

Google Gadget Stats
Niall Kennedy did earlier this month an exhaustive analysis of Google Gadgets, coming out with a lot of graphs, facts and figures that would make your head spin. If you’re a geek for infoporn, you’ll love his post on it.

Microsoft Sued for Failing to Hide Porn
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Microsoft has seen its share of legal proceedings throughout recent years, answering charges alleging antitrust violation, copyright infringement and just about everything in between.

This lawsuit, however, may take the proverbial cake.

A Massachusetts man has filed suit against the Redmond-based software company seeking compensatory and punitive damages stemming from, what the plaintiff asserts, breeches and data security and the failure of Internet Explorer to keep delete his browsing history and keep his Internet habits private.

Search Overtakes Porn In The UK

It is yet determined if patterns in the UK are mirrored in the US, but Hitwise is looking into it for us. Heather Hopkins’ “lofty” look into the future of the Internet revealed that, in the UK, vice online is on the decline, while search, social media, and more utilitarian Internet activities are on the rise.

Porn on Google News?

Scrolling down the entertainment section of Google News, there’s something about Martin Scorsese, a remake of Office Space, and a thumbnail of a topless bleach blonde silicone starlet linking to a gambling site… wait, something’s not right.

DOJ Arrests Porn Site Operator

A Brazilian website operator was arrested in Orlando, Fla. On charges of conspiracy to distribute “obscene matters,” the U.S. Dept. of Justice said in a joint-statement with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.

Google Joins Child Porn Fight

Google added its name to two lists of corporate heavy-hitters who’ve teamed up with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) and its international sister agency ICMEC to combat child pornography on the Internet.

Want Free Games? Have Some Porn Too
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No one in their right mind would offer free game downloads for kids that comes with porno-popping adware right? And surely another right-minded entity wouldn’t allow such a proprietor to sponsor their kid-targeted webpage right? Wrong on both counts. Warner Brothers and Zango, what were you thinking?

Internet Companies Unite Against Child Porn

The scum of the Earth just got five new corporate enemies. AOL, Earthlink, Microsoft, United Online, and Yahoo! have signed on to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children’s campaign against child exploitation on the Internet.

Google Gets Porn Lecture From Korea

South Korean government officials are shaking their fingers at Google for not having an age verification system to prevent minors from accessing adult material By default, say officials, the search engine is leading them there.

Google Trendspotting: The World Is Funny

In recent news, the Emerald Isle has led the world in searches for [lonely], according to Google Trends. Before you start sniffling, you should know Dubliners are far from alone. They are joined from the Far East and America, depending on which form of the word you use.

MySpace Rumor Mill

Perhaps it’s the sudden memetic success of MySpace that has everyone around taking shots at its founders. Or perhaps it’s the sudden multimillion-dollar success of the site that has turned its founders into seedy party boys with shady associations. Only a few seem to know for sure, but it’s fun to wonder.

Teen Blogger Prank Earns Child Porn Charges
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A seventeen year-old Michigan high school student is facing child pornography charges after posting a picture on his blog of his friends having sex at a New Year’s Eve party.

Tongue In Cheek With Oral Pixation

Recently (very), we reported about the upcoming “happening” set up by self-named Oral Pixation, who asks the world to show what’s in its mouth and post the photos up on Flickr – on April Fool’s Day. We caught up with “Oral” via email for a look inside the horse’s mouth.

Family & Porn Groups Team Up To Kill Bill

When the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) lacked the fortitude to withstand the flurry of protestations against the proposed .xxx domain for pornographic websites, two U.S. Senators took up the cause proposing not just the domain’s creation but also a .com eviction notice.

Google Porn is Most Popular on Cell Phones

Perfect 10 is suing Google because too many people are getting the company’s adult images for free via the search engine.

Google: Cell Phones Better Choice For Porn
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The young executive sits with his back against the terminal wall and flips open his mobile phone. Using Google’s Mobile Search, he begins sifting through an array of tawdry “religious experiences” and nobody’s the wiser. Mr. Yuppie, like many others, chooses his mobile over his PC to seek out pornography, and Google has the numbers to prove it.

Last Chance for Google Porn

According to CNet, a federal judge has ruled that Google’s image search feature likely violate U.S. copyright law because it displays small thumbnail versions of the images.

Porn Spammer Faces 5 Years In Slammer

A California porn spammer pleaded guilty in US federal court in Arizona last week to violating the CAN-SPAM Act by sending hundreds of thousands unsolicited graphic emails.

DOJ v. Google: Not About Porn Or Privacy

Google’s refusal to turn over a sample of search queries to the Department of Justice has caused a flurry of speculation about privacy issues, the government’s right to demand that information, what further information the government would demand, and Google’s true reasoning for denying the request. Of course, if you looked at the mainstream media coverage of the event, you might believe the issue revolves around kiddie porn and Google’s protection of it.

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