Category Archives: Legal

profanity
11 Jun
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Free Speech Coalition Statement: Free Speech and Personal Privacy

In the past few years, the adult industry has seen a rise in “outings’ of adult performers and other adult industry workers, often with the intent to harm the person’s personal or professional life. We see it most frequently on ...

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3rd_district_court_of_appeals
14 May
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3rd Circuit Court Rules 2257 Inspections Unconstitutional

This morning, the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeal issued a mixed decision regarding the 18 US Code § 2257 record-keeping regulations, but one that contains some good news for the adult industry. While the Circuit disagreed with claims that the ...

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scales
29 Jan
0

‘Adults Only IP’ Conference to be Held February 24

The State Bar Association of California, Intellectual Property Section, will present a one-day conference entitled “Adults Only IP.” The speakers and panels featured at the conference will cover controversial areas of IP law, including topics relating to the adult entertainment ...

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13 Jan
0

Misguided ‘Adult Film Act’ Would Remove Performer Protections, Drive Industry Underground

Today, Michael Weinstein of AHF submitted the draft text of his controversial statewide ballot measure, which would force adult film performers to wear condoms, calling them a threat to public health. The Act would result in an effective criminalization of ...

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16 Dec
0

Measure B Decision will Hurt Performers

The 9th Circuit Court of California announced today that it would decline to issue an injunction to stop the Measure B, the 2012 ballot measure which seeks mandate condoms in adult film produced in Los Angeles County. This latest decision ...

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