Intimate.io has announced the availability of its WordPress plugin, which works in conjunction with the WooCommerce e-commerce platform. With the plugin, sites can accept a variety of crytpocurrencies, including intimate.io, Ethereum, Wax, SpankChain, OmiseGO and FunFair.
Sparks Entertainment announced today it has released an erotic horror double feature, "Horror Tales: Volume 1" on Vimeo on Demand. The two features are R-rated cuts of “The Vampire Mistress “ and “Rotkappchen: The Blood of Red Riding Hood.”
The UK has again age-verification for adult sites, but the government has kept itself busy in proposing more regulation of online content. One of these proposals would establish a regulator to enforce a new "statutory duty of care" for online companies.
Zain Qaser, a student in the UK who targeted porn site users in conjunction with a Russian-speaking cybercrime syndicate, has been sentenced to over six years in prison for his crimes. The scheme involved directing users to malware-infected sites.
In a report filed yesterday, a magistrate judge in Florida recommended that the trial court grant Amazon's motion for summary judgment in a case which alleges Amazon infringed on Wreal LLC's FyreTV trademark with its similarly-named Fire TV service.
Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has held that a copyright isn't to be considered "registered" until after the U.S. Copyright Office has approved the application for a copyright on the work, two senators are calling on the Office to speed up its process.
Illinois is the latest state to drop consideration of the "Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation Prevention Act," without voting on it. The move means the IL General Assembly will not be voting on the bill during this session, which closes in May.
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?
While many details about how the new Copyright Directive recently approved by the EU will be interpreted and implemented remain unknown, this much is clear: Tube sites should keep a wary eye on related new copyright policies developed by EU member states.
ModelClips has announced an agreement with Flirt4Free under which Flirt4Free cam performers can sell their recorded content directly to to ModelClips customers. The move is designed to give the cam network’s performers access to a new revenue stream.