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Ads promoting sexually explicit websites are no longer allowed on Google's ad network, which places ads across the Web.
TechCrunch's Disrupt conference hosted a presentation that proves objectification is alive and well in tech.
On this week's podcast, we look at the likelihood of an iPhone 4 recall, the best games for your smartphone and a very smart 3D TV.
Hayao Miyazaki, director of the first anime movie to win an Oscar, rails against the tablet people are "stroking with strange gestures."
The founder of Gamechurch.com says he's actually not a big fan of the church. Still, his site gives morality scores to all titles.
What began as a local effort to report instances of public sexual harassment is being reorganized into a global one, with an iPhone app replete with a map and user stories.
Chief judge of U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals acknowledges posting sexually explicit photos and videos on private site. Did we mention he's presiding over an obscenity trial?
Wesley Faulkner from AMD joins us on the show to talk about AMD Live, how masturbation prevents cancer, and why nobody buys music any more. All that and more on everyone's favorite irrelevant podcast.
Some prostitution ads manage to get by Craigslist's monitors. Can employees determine whether photos of women wearing sexy underwear are prostitutes?