When people heard that Danish politician Joachim Olsen had run an ad on Pornhub, most of them probably wondered why. Olsen says he did it for a laugh -- and to get his name in front of a lot of Danish voter's eyeballs, as well.
A man in Baltimore was fired after he downloaded 4000 images to his work PC -- raising a variety of questions. Did he do anything at work other than download porn? Have his employers never heard of content filters? What's his favorite niche?
When school district officials learned a California high school paper was planning to run a profile on an 18 year-old student who's also a porn performer, they weren't pleased. Now the students involved are getting a crash course in "prior restraint."
The government has filed its response to the plaintiffs' appeal in Woodhull Freedom Foundation v. U.S., a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of FOSTA. Unsurprisingly, the government restates the arguments it made in district court.
Increasingly, elected officials are calling for a rethink of the 'safe harbor' provided to internet companies through Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. Is FOSTA just the beginning of undermining that safe harbor? It sure looks that way.
In covering the sting operation which led to charges of soliciting prostitution being filed against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, the mainstream media has been quick to use the term "human trafficking." Shouldn't we wait for the evidence?
Surely there are ways to celebrate that your father’s self-proclaimed (and still dubious) “total exoneration” from allegations of collusion with Russia during his presidential campaign than this. On Tuesday, Donald Trump Jr. shared to his Instagram stories a meme featuring a...
Two Australian academics, Sarah Ashton and Maggie Kirkman, have proposed a new definition of "pornography" which is more sensible than just about any other previously offered -- a definition rooted in the crucial notion that porn necessarily requires consent.
In a recent survey over 3600 women, among respondents who compared the appearance of their genitals to those of other women, 72% of them referenced porn -- and expressed concern that their vulvas and vaginas don't look like what they see on-screen.
British Cycling has expelled a cycling team comprised of adult industry performers, producers, and distributors from the organization after determining that their team name -- the Porn Pedallers Cycling Club -- might damage the image of the governing body.