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WSJ: Apple’s Name Appears in China Porn App Investigation
/ April 17, 2013 1:57 pm
WSJ: Apple’s Name Appears in China Porn App Investigation

The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple has appeared in an article in People's Daily, which lists numerous websites and app stores that are being investigated for presenting pornographic content in China. . Read More

Vine, Twitter-owned App Makes Age Rating to 17+ After Porn Problem
/ February 6, 2013 10:29 am
Vine, Twitter-owned App Makes Age Rating to 17+ After Porn Problem

The Verge reports that Vine, the Twitter-owned video-sharing iOS app, that allows users to put together clips of videos to create six second loops, has introduced an update that warns users about age-restricted material. . Read More

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TechCrunch: Does Twitter Have a Porn Problem?
/ January 28, 2013 9:16 am
TechCrunch: Does Twitter Have a Porn Problem?

TechCrunch reports that Twitter’s new video sharing platform Vine has a problem. . Read More

Habbo ushers in ‘Protected Democracy’ as service resumes
/ June 26, 2012 6:01 am
Habbo ushers in ‘Protected Democracy’ as service resumes

Habbo Hotel is gradually restoring chat to its tween-oriented virtual world, following an exposé that labeled the service a “pedophile’s haven," and is introducing new safety measures. Read More

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Habbo Hotel labeled ‘pedophile haven,’ loses key investor
/ June 12, 2012 9:59 am
Habbo Hotel labeled ‘pedophile haven,’ loses key investor

Balderton Capital has checked out of Habbo Hotel following a scathing exposé of the virtual world’s failure to protect its young users against sexual material. Read More

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Is Fox News the Largest Purveyor of Porn?
/ November 16, 2007 10:26 am

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Federal Judge Rules Child Online Protection Act Unconstitutional
/ March 22, 2007 8:08 pm

Washington - A federal judge has ruled that the ten-year-old Child Online Protection Act (COPA) — which has never been enforced, but provided criminal and civil penalties for those making sexually explicit content freely available online — is unconstitutional, and issued a permanent injunction barring its enforcement.

The law was initially challenged soon after being passed into law in 1998.

The Supreme Court eventually heard the challenge in 2002, but sent the case back to a lower court, asking for [...].

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