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29,000 Sex Offenders Found On MySpace
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The social networking site culled some 29,000 profiles from its userbase after finding they had been created by registered sex offenders.

Virtual Sex Bed Caper Leads To Avatar Lawsuit

Just try to read this without feeling like you’re sitting in the back of the classroom, snickering with your buddies at the slightest hint of double entendre – you know, she said jacket, heh heh.

 

Pfffft! Teens Choose Mobiles Over Sex?
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This is a British study, which may be why the Register’s headline "Teenagers prefer mobiles to sex" made me spit coffee all over my monitor. Either times have really REALLY changed, or that’s a somewhat geocentric result.

Anime Sex Popular At Wikipedia
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Perhaps all the time that little Johnny has spent watching Ranma 1/2 has sparked his dual interests in certain Wikipedia topics.

Is This iPerv Week or What?

I didn’t torture myself to investigate as to whether there was a season for weird Internet sex stories in the press, but as for 2007, iPerv Week is May 21-25.

Barbie Cummings Gets Cop In Trouble
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This story reads like the plot line of the type of film the main subject is known to perform in (not known by me, mind you, it’s the first I’ve heard of her). But here goes anyway: Cop pulls over porn star; porn star "talks" him out of citing her; porn star posts pics of the "conversation" on her blog; cop is in deep, deep trouble.

MySpace To Send Sex Offender Info To Cops

MySpace will be feeding information on sexual predators using the social networking site to all 50 states’ Attorneys General. 

Social Sites & Age Verification

There’s a constant drumbeat of pressure on social networking sites like MySpace to implement measures to reduce the possibility of children being targeted by those who might do them harm. Recently, news broke that thousands of registered sex offenders apparently had MySpace profiles.

Web Operates At 28,000 Pervs-Per-Second
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The US might consume 40% of the world’s oil, but also provides almost 90% of the world’s Internet porn. A fair trade? Well, let’s not get into that debate.

New York Times Third Best At “Sex”?

If you were, by some chance, to search for “sex” on Google, what sort of sites would you expect to see?  Perhaps we shouldn’t give explicit examples, but a lot of users were surprised when internal archive search results from the New York Times ranked just behind Wikipedia and Salon.

No Thank You Sex, We’re Networking
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When it comes to surfing the Internet, sex is getting licked by social networking and the ability to connect with people based on more than just hormonal urges.

YouTube And The Brazilian Sex Video
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YouTube cannot seem to stay away from controversy. From being sued and threatened both domestically and globally over copyright issues to the latest scandal south of the border. This new trouble involves a video of a Brazilian model and her boyfriend “befriending” one another on a beach and in the water.

Sex Surfing at Work: Employers Need Protection

IBM continues to find itself embroiled in ongoing litigation surrounding the wrongful termination claims of former employee James Pacenza, who is suing the company over his dismissal after it was revealed that he had utilized his office computer to access sexually oriented chat rooms.

MySpace To Protect Users

MySpace is trying to make users experience more secure. They have announced plans to partner with Sentinel Tech Holding Corp, an online identity and background verification company. They are jointly working on Sentinel Safe, software that will block the access of convicted sex offenders to MySpace.

Sex Sells On Social Networking Sites

Companies have turned to the popularity of online social networking sites to help market their campaigns.

No Sex Please, We’re Online

Despite many months of flailing away at search engines for data to support their claims that casual searches would lead unsuspecting people (especially kids) to adult sites, a study found only about one percent of indexed sites at Google and Microsoft contain explicit content.

Google Buys JotSpot

Joe Kraus of JotSpot announces on the official Google blog that Google has acquired them.

Business Better Than Sex For Searchers

Research performed at Queensland University of Australia in Brisbane, Australia, dumped a cold shower on the long-held perception that people do more searching for sex than they do for business or e-commerce ideas.

ReallyReady Really Better Than Ready.gov

The Department of Homeland Security developed the Ready.gov website as a disaster preparedness information point of presence; one member of the Federation of American Scientists initiated a challenge to improve on the Department’s work.

Ether Is Not For Phone Sex
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Imagine you’re Phil Gordon, one of the top 5 poker players in the world and host of Bravo’s “Celebrity Poker Showdown.” How many Vegas-bound amateurs do you think are dying to pick your brain before laying their money down? Are they willing to pay for it? Ingenio is betting that they are as the company officially launches Ether, a service that enables the pricing and selling of your “intellectual capital” over the phone.

Netscape Back with Hybrid Journalism Site

Netscape is back baby and in a big way.