Following revelations that cell phones running on Android replace rude words with hash marks, it appears that works such as "Lolita" and "Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" are also censored.
Therapists are claiming that various types of so-called perversions are on the increase. Naturally, they blame the web.
A woman, worried that her ex-boyfriend is using her laptop for porn, asks the police to investigate. The laptop turns up bestiality videos featuring her.
A funny (because not entirely) College Humor video offers the ultimate scenario in Google's potential exasperation with Google+ not being quite Facebook.
A new virus threatens to ransom your data, Square Cash lets you send money through e-mail (sounds safe), a dating site for the mentally ill, and how Amazon profits off Holocaust deniers and other wretched authors.
Working to comply with banking and credit card partners' rules, PayPal tells certain e-book publishers to get rid of books with bestiality, rape, incest, and underage erotica or else.
Back-and-forth talks between the online payment company and e-publishers leads PayPal to change its position on the sale of e-books containing bestiality, rape, incest, and underage erotica.
A simple Google search for "disk space on iPad" doesn't offer you quite what you'd think. The Google search engine feigns incomprehension.
Company prohibits sexually explicit content in its Lively online 3D chat sites. That's not stopping some from trying to get it there.
The Federal Trade Commission has Pricewert, an alleged rogue ISP, shut down by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, San Jose Division.