Rhett Pardon writes in his article that the cracks in AVN are showing and without too many words, we all have seen it coming. What's more, the situation will worsen as months pass by. If you may ask why we need to give a fuck about them? Well for starters, AVN gives out one of the biggest and more relevant trade shows in the industry. They have done so for many years.
"lawsuits" tag (sorted by SiNergy)
Rhett Pardon feels the remorse of RedTube as their woes continue in his article. Detectives have found the IP address where the hacker redirected RedTube traffic last July. The bad news? The owner of the computer wasn't the perp. According to reports, the real culprit downloaded malicious software in the computer and used it to pluck the DNS of RedTube to divert its traffic elsewhere.
Counterfeiters are the scum of the earth! They steal and make money from the blood, sweat and spunk of the performers, the producers and the marketers. It's high time these bozos get what they deserve!
In what may be a hilariously karmic turn of events, one of the more popular tube sites Redtube.com has cried foul over twenty identified "John Doe's" who hacked their way into the site's admin and redirected links into their own site. The Hong Kong-based company is seeking damages worth $6 million.
Rhett Pardon reports of a class action suit filed against domain auctioneer SnapNames.com. A group of former clients found out that a former SnapNames executive have been ratching up bids to manipulate a higher price in the domains they are selling.
Pornstar Sasha Storm is suing for a million dollars over damages for nonpayment of revenue. She was featured in various websites from Las Vegas-based Desert Entertainment since 2005. She apparently hasn't seen a cent over it. What comes to mind however is how Storm waited close to five years to get this settled. Details about the defense haven't been disclosed.
Why can't these bitches get their act together?
Porn producers from the United States and Japan demand more attention given to illegally downloaded porn material in South Korea. As one of the highly wired countries in the world, the porn producers are worried over the high volume of their content being pirated in the country.
Yahoo! is paying roughly $4.5 million as settlement after a pay-per-click snafu was
exposed and was later sued by their advertisers in 2006. The class suit action was after they had wrongfully told pay-per-click advertisers that their ads will be placed in premium and high traffic websites. The websites turned out to be duds.
Pornstar Flower Tucci is in legal hell at the moment. She is fighting for her name. And I mean that literally. She is fighting Reality Kings along with other companies for copyright infringement and cybersquatting. These companies have created websites based on her porn name and are using it for profit.