The state Senate has approved a bill outlawing so-called “revenge porn,” which lawmakers say is an increasing problem on the Internet.
Bay Area Rapid Transit police are investigating an amateur pornographic video apparently shot on a moving train.
An El Sobrante man was arrested at a Safeway in El Cerrito over the weekend after allegedly reading a pornographic magazine while accompanied by a small child in the women’s restroom, smoking a cocaine-laced joint and stealing a soda, police said Tuesday.
Kink.com, the San Francisco-based pornography production house based out of the old Armory Building, is facing allegations from former models that they have been denied worker’s compensation and have offered hush money in exchange for keeping quiet about injuries, according to a report in SF Weekly.
A Livermore mother sentenced to five years in prison for having sex with two underage boys is back behind bars after being arrested on an alleged parole violation.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, state Assemblyman Isadore Hall is proposing a special gift for porn actors—condoms for every adult film made in California.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is investigating exactly how many employees used their work computers for online gambling and/or pornography.
San Francisco-based Twitter is taking steps to rein in a growing problem with porn on its new video-sharing app, Vine.
A child pornography investigation led by federal immigration agents led to the arrests of more than 200 suspects, authorities announced Thursday.
Moon Tae-Hwa stares at his computer, dizzy and nauseous from the hours of porn he’s viewed online while his wife and children slept. He feels no shame—only a righteous sense of mission.