They say that porn built the Internet; if the Internet were a town, porn would be Main Street. There's no shortage of legislative news, fascinating statistics, and celebrity feuds in the adult industry—and this is where you'll find it all.

“Pornpatriots” fight Stop Online Piracy Act
"They can pry my porn from my cold, dead hands,” commented one redditor in support of the porn industry's attempts to fight a conversial bill.
Facebook confirms obvious, cites malware attack for unsettling images
Facebook has identified the source behind the site's recent surge in porn. To quote Stephen Colbert, "So until this clears up, don't poke anybody without a condom."
Porn creeps onto Facebook
Your Facebook friends might not be as perverted as their timelines and news feeds may suggest. While representatives have yet to comment, porn and other unsettling images are starting to pop up more frequently on the social network. 
Watch out for revenge porn
Is Anyone Up is a user-generated porn site with a nasty twist: Users upload pictures of other people—with or without their permission.
Porn pusher patiently pummels Reddit without panache
Hidden link-sharing networks on Reddit are pushing porn in an attempt to gain traffic—to little if any effect.
Reddit shuts down r/jailbait
Obnoxious requests for nude pics of an underage girl may have brought down r/jailbait.
Dirty domains, but not .com
Porn-site operators can now register domain names ending in .xxx.
Why talk of a porn block makes redditors angry
A man with a porn addiction asked Reddit if it could filter links from the homepage. He drew angry jeers from fellow redditors.
General Electric turns boring into beautiful
General Electric makes nearly everything: light bulbs, diesel locomotives, nuclear reactors, medical imaging equipment—and the list goes on. But making pretty pictures for Tumblr? GE's journey into social media is far more arresting than you'd think.
Looking for “porn” online
Sure, there's porn on the Internet—but for the luscious, nonsexual images some call "porn," Reddit's a good place to start.
Four-wheeled objects of desire
Like horsepower -- fast, raw, roaring-in-your-face horsepower? Car blogs like Jalopnik and Autoblog have too many words. Tumblr's auto aficionados go straight for the pictures.
Explain Tumblr to me? (In three great examples)
Tumblr -- call it a blogging service, or a micro-blogging service, or just plain neat-o -- makes sharing text, video, pictures and your own commentary super easy. Think of Tumblr as somewhere between Facebook, Twitter and a traditional blog. 
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