In an effort to make it harder for kids to access pornography, the UK wants to block it entirely.
Search and mobile superpower Google is working on new technology that would effectively purge all images of child pornography and abuse from the Web.
Apple is deleting emails sent from iCloud accounts containing the phrase “barely legal teen,” a sign the company is still strictly distancing itself from pornography and adult material.
Twitter-owned video sharing application Vine has raised its age rating from 12+ to 17+ following controversy surrounding pornographic clips shared widely on the service.
Vine is taking steps to curb access to porn after it attracted a lot of unwanted criticism this morning for placing a hardcore porn video at the top of every user’s feed.
Users of the popular video-sharing app Vine got a surprise this morning when a short clip of hardcore pornography was selected as an “editor’s pick” and placed at the top of every user’s feed.
Often times in the world of technology and innovation we stumble upon news that’s a bit out of our comfort zone, but still worth covering. This is never more true that when technology intersects with sex.
Google has modified its popular image search to block many explicit pictures, a move that could be a huge win for competing search engines.
Your self-pleasure could save the pandas, bring clean water to a rural village in Asia, or give needy kids access to schoolbooks. What could be sexier than that?
ICM Registry, the company behind the .xxx domain, has launched a new search engine called Search.xxx that intends to make looking for online adult entertainment safer and easier to access.
Cloud storage services such as Dropbox and Google Drive are quickly changing how consumers deal with content on a day-to-day basis. But each company has its own set of restrictions, with Microsoft’s SkyDrive as the most restrictive player by far. It might shock you how much so.
Looks like the Internet’s oldest profession is putting some clothes on in Egypt. Courts in the country have ruled that porn websites are illegal.
Running a massive online community is a tricky business. The administrators who police the site are trying to strike a balance between encouraging users to contribute and keeping unsavory and illegal behavior to a minimum.
No animals were harmed in the making of this pornographic website. In the wake of new top-level domain option .xxx’s release, animal-rights group PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) announced today it is launching its own .xxx site to save the critters.