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.

Teen’s porn-star prom date story featured on Conan
Mike Stone, the high-school senior who got a porn-star prom date thanks to Twitter, has jumped from Internet star to the mainstream. Just ask Conan O'Brien.
British court: Porn company can have pirates’ personal information
A British court has ordered that country's largest internet service provider to hand over identifying information for alleged porn pirates—even though it admits the pirates may be innocent.
#OpLulzProm: Anonymous defends teen’s porn-star prom date
Mike Stone received some unlikely support in the form of the hacker collective. 
#Porn4Prom: Supporters rally behind teen’s dream date
Mike Stone and his mother turned to Twitter and a television interview to gain support for his effort to take a porn star to prom. 
School officials stand in the way of Mike Stone’s porn-star prom date
Twitter wants Mike Stone to take a porn star to the prom. A travel agency will pay for it. Even his mom is on Stone's side. But his high school says no.
Porn-star prom date project lands in principal’s office
Just when it looked like Mike Stone had finally scored a date for prom, his parents and principal caught wind of his Twitter tactics. 
Reddit app banned from Android for linking to porn
Citing "sexually explicit content," Google has banned Reddit Is Fun from its mobile store. 
Grandma, stop downloading porn!
A copyright-enforcement action picks an unusual suspect.
Internet Guy tells you what to do when you find dad’s porn stash
 So you accidentally found guidance porn stash on his computer?
Now you can pin porn
If pinning scenic views, favorite books, elegant furniture and fine eats isn't doing it for you, now you can go over to a place that is redefining pin-up girls. 
Upvote: This week, Reddit corrected its mistakes
A misidentified deliveryman, a misguided Internet protest, and a misfired Q&A made news.
Why Reddit’s upset about new child-porn bill
Lamar Smith, the social news site's favorite Congressional bogeyman, is at it again.
Reddit Digest: February 2, 2011
Internet bogeyman Rep. Lamar Smith continues to outrage redditors.
Porn site SpankWire blocks logo but not the goods
Free porn sites don't like SOPA either. But porn does not go down for the protest.
Does the Stop Online Piracy Act support the porn industry?
After blocking 20 amendments, including one involving "obscene and pornographic works," the House Judiciary committee in charge of preparing the act for a full vote has pushed back the next hearing until 2012. 
The week’s best in Reddit Q&As
Everything you wanted to know about Neil deGrasse Tyson, make-up artists for porn stars, and scratch-off lottery winners revealed. 
Calculating the percentage of porn found in Google image searches
A Google image search for Barack Obama returns 12.4 percent porn, according to pr0nindex.com. 
Reblog: This week on Tumblr, fake texts and real cabin porn
From cabin porn to ugly babies, the Daily Dot reblogs the week on Tumblr.