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Swedes Jailed Over Philippines Cybersex Den

Men receive life sentences for running online porn business

(Newser) - A pair of Swedish men who ran a live online porn business in the Philippines have received life sentences for human trafficking. Police discovered 17 naked women, some of them underage, when they raided the business in a small town in the southern Philippines, the BBC reports. The women would... More »

Brinkley Ex 'Fesses Up to Sex Mania

Tearfully admits to affairs, $3,000-a-month porn habit

(Newser) - Cheating hubby Peter Cook was in tears during Christie Brinkley’s sensational divorce trial yesterday—which the supermodel insisted be open to the public—as he confessed to a laundry list of sexual excesses including spending $3,000 a month on porn, pleasuring himself on web cams, and trolling swinger... More »

Penthouse Buys Swinger Social Network Sites

Mag, video company sees sex-related content moving online

(Newser) - Stung by the blow that free videos have dealt to the sex-related entertainment industry, Penthouse Media Group is investing $500M in social networking sites. Penthouse has acquired Various Inc., whose flagship site, adultfriendfinder, is a self-described personals community for swingers and sex, the New York Times reports. More »

World's Oldest Profession Goes Digital

Prostitutes use Craigslist to meet clients from across the country

(Newser) - The women of the night have taken to the virtual streets of, the Times reports, sometimes flying across the country to meet clients and trade money for sex. On Long Island, Nassau County authorities have made over 70 arrests since last year, part of a nationwide crackdown using... More »

Online Romeo Flunks Math

Judge throws out suit of man, charged with having sex with 14-year-old, against

(Newser) - Cautioning that the Internet isn't 100% trustworthy, a federal judge threw out a lawsuit filed by a man who blamed a website for his arrest on charges of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. The man set up a rendezvous with another user whose profile listed her as... More »

Text Messaging Steers Teens Into Trouble

More than a quarter admit to texting while driving

(Newser) - Text messaging is growing into a serious hazard for young people, ABC reports. A new study showed that teens are texting at rates that border on addiction—some sending thousands of messages a month. Most alarmingly, however, a full 28% of teens admitted to texting while driving, a dangerous practice... More »

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