“Federal prosecutors have charged three men and a woman with sex trafficking charges for operating the popular porn site GirlsDoPorn. At least 22 women featured on the site have sued the site’s owners, charging that the pornographers used lies and coercion to gain their participation. The 22 women said they responded to ads for clothed modeling gigs. When they were asked to shoot porn instead, they initially resisted. But they went along with it after the company assured them that their videos would only be sold on DVD to customers outside the United States and would not be posted online. That turned out to be a lie, as their videos wound up on GirlsDoPorn, a website with plenty of American viewers.”
Source : Feds hit GirlsDoPorn owners with criminal sex trafficking charges | Ars Technica
« It’s not going to be cheap, mind you: the head alone will set you back $10,000. No pun intended ».
Source : Realdoll Is Building A Sex Robot With Programmable Personalities | Digital Trends
« Edward Majerczyk, 29, of Chicago receives nine-month prison term in plea deal after illegally accessing celebrity accounts and stealing nude images ».
Un bon test de la presse plus ou moins fréquentable. Dans une affaire d’atteinte à la vie privée, il y a ceux qui montrent le condamné, ceux qui montrent la victime, et ceux qui montrent les deux.
Sur ce plan, Google News permet de se faire une idée…
Source : Man behind Jennifer Lawrence nude photo hack sentenced to prison | Film | The Guardian
Web users in the UK will be banned from accessing websites portraying a range of non-conventional sexual acts, under a little discussed clause to a government bill currently going through parliament. The proposal, part of the digital economy bill, would force internet service providers to block sites hosting content that would not be certified for commercial DVD sale by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC).
Source : UK to censor online videos of ‘non-conventional’ sex acts | Technology | The Guardian
Pornographic magazines, even those as storied as Playboy, have lost their shock value, their commercial value and their cultural relevance.Playboy’s circulation has dropped from 5.6 million in 1975 to about 800,000 now
Source : Nudes Are Old News at Playboy – The New York Times