Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft are all now using PhotoDNA, which lets them track images depicting child exploitation.
Questions are raised when Google tips police to illegal images found in Gmail. Also: Navdy shows apps on a car's windshield, and the iPhone 6 is said to be revealed Sept. 9.
According to a survey, Americans say their biggest concern with online infiltrators is that their financial info will be spied on. Some even admit they're worried about privacy while browsing porn.
A 17-year-old allegedly sexts his 15-year-old girlfriend. The police allegedly now want to photograph his private parts to prove their case.
An indictment accuses the site operator of paying another man to hack into the e-mail accounts of hundreds of women to steal sexually explicit images.
The country’s anti-pornography law forbids any sort of nudity, something the government claims it found in roughly 15,000 videos on the streaming site.
Do romance books with sexy dinosaurs, centaurs, Cthulhu, and aliens send your heart racing? After some such e-books get yanked by online booksellers, Crave's Bonnie Burton explains their appeal.
Sites about relationships, rape and sexual abuse are being blocked automatically, a study has found, while hardcore porn is readily accessible.
The man allegedly created a site where sexually explicit photographs of individuals were posted without their approval and then allegedly extorted money from victims for removal of images.
If you think FireTV.com is an Amazon link, please pause. It appears to go to a rather NSFW site. Is Amazon rushing to buy the URL, but didn't get there quite on time?