A man involved with the porn site “StraightBoyz” that featured hundreds of videos of his sex acts with other men—many of them unconsenting and unaware that they were being filmed—has pled guilty to charges against him in a federal court.
First it was the Kindle that allowed the world to enjoy its romance novels without fear of public embarrassment. Next, Google will let everyone browse the web in the privacy of virtual reality with its Chrome browser and Daydream VR headset.
Federal agents arrested the man behind the porn operation “StraightBoyz” on Tuesday, after he allegedly spent years tricking men into having sex acts performed on them on camera, and posting the videos online without their consent.
Porn is not, let’s say, difficult to find online. This prevalence and accessibility of sexual imagery on the web has prompted many parents and political figures to try and sieve the smut from screens of the youth. But a new study indicates that these efforts are largely a waste of time and money.
Pornhub, the internet’s favorite smut factory, announced Wednesday that it is introducing a new feature to its massive collection of adult videos. The streaming service is adding closed captions to some of its videos to extend its offerings to people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
The city of Akron, Ohio has suspended two firefighters after they allegedly filmed a porn video in a fire station, then uploaded the proof of their fiery love life on the internet.
Pornhub has taken a strong stance against deepfakes, because the porn site understands that the machine-learning-generated videos that swap out performers’ faces with someone else’s are non-consensual. But a recent lawsuit accuses the company of running a person’s face in an advertisement without their consent.
Voters in California’s 1st congressional district tuned in Thursday night to a live stream of a political forum intended to highlight two candidates running for office. What they got instead was a brief clip of gay porn, the result of the broadcast being hijacked by hackers.
For months now, the British government has been trying to figure out how exactly to enforce a bonkers law designed to prevent minors from accessing internet porn, and it may finally have a solution. The country will use newsstands and corner stores to sell porn passes to adults that will allow them to look at naked…
YouTube has been serving up an ad that, with one click, leads to hardcore porn, Motherboard reported on Tuesday.
A new cryptocurrency and porn platform is banking on you wanting to spank it in return for internet money.
The British government, which is currently alternating between panicking over Brexit and not preparing for Brexit, originally planned to have to have its very prim and respectable new system for preventing people under the age of 18 from looking at naked people on the internet operating by April 2018. But per the …
The Utah State Bar is very confused as to how it emailed a picture of some titties to lawyers throughout the state and is “investigating” how the image was included alongside content promoting its 2018 Spring Convention in St. George.
This week, parents looking for information on their kid’s AP exam registration might’ve instead ended up with a ton of dicks in their faces.
Following Twitter, Discord, Imgur, and Pornhub, Reddit has taken action to ban the posting of AI-generated fake porn—commonly called “deepfakes.”
As the biggest porn site on the internet, Pornhub already dominates the landscape when it comes to what people get off to. Now the company is also making a push to control how people get off, with a new line of interactive sex toys that sync with Pornhub videos.
There’s a delicious kind of irony to the existence of comic book porn parodies when you recall the widespread sex panic that Fredric Wertham’s Seduction of the Innocent caused back in the ‘50s. After decades of the Comics Code Authority trying to keep sexuality out of comics, the pendulum’s swung back in the other…
Despite what you may have read, Twitter has not rolled out new rules banning porn or pictures of lingerie across its platform.
Technical diagrams. Active shooter training. A funeral. These are all things orders of magnitude more arousing than Ted Cruz, who’s smug, rat-like face is currently plastered on Pornhub.com.
Republican Senator Ted Cruz became the butt of more than a few jokes overnight after it was revealed that he had “liked” a 2-minute porn video from the account @SexuallPosts. (Links in this post are NSFW.) And amazingly, Cruz’s communications director, Catherine Frazier, tried to imply that the Twitter slip had…