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"If I owned a studio, I'd make movie theaters pay me," says Dana Brunetti, producer of "House of Cards" and "The Social Network."
Two University of Washington computer scientists develop a software system that, they say, can recognize dirty little double entendres in sentences.
Platforms for e-book self-publishing like Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing let amateur porn producers slap together adult picture books and sell them online with ease.
Ed Miliband, the country's secretary of state for energy, was one of many Twitter users to have his account hijacked and his contacts informed that he's been having great sex.
The government will soon pressure Internet service providers to block access to online pornography, in a bid to prevent children being exposed to wanton sauce.
Nothing screams "We need to make more money" quite as loudly as a tech company using a leggy model with suspenders and a whip to sell its new ultra-thin TV. Enter Sony
Apple's Support site is inundated with suggestions as to why a woman's husband might have inadvertently e-mailed filthy pictures from his iPhone.
An online red light district has got the green light to turn the Web blue with .XXX domain names
Facebook's controversial 'like' button has given rise to yet another new type of Internet fraud: 'likejacking'
Flamin' Nora, goshdarned Twitter is turning the Web blue -- but Swearjarr is here to turn curses to cash