Sex News: FBI’s Honeypot, Male Sex Drug Dangers, Felicia Day, Google

by Violet Blue on April 25, 2012

  • The FBI had set up its fake CP site for precisely this situation: When investigators had a lead on someone specific, they e-mailed the person with a custom password and the site URL. The strangely explicit front page discussion about the “Child Pornography” within made sure that visitors could have no confusion about what they were accessing.
    “The hidden side of your soul”: How the FBI uses the Web as a child porn honeypot (Ars Technica)
  • Parents are to blame if children view pornography online, an executive of Google has said. Naomi Gummer, a public policy analyst at the internet giant, said it was a “myth” that laws can prevent children from viewing explicit material, because the pace of technological development would render legislation a “blunt instrument”.
    It’s up to parents to protect children online, says Google (Telegraph)
  • “We don’t want them here.” Fearing a Los Angeles condom law might drive the adult film industry into their bedroom community, the Simi Valley City Council late Monday approved an ordinance requiring pornographic film performers to wear prophylactics during sex acts.
    California bedroom community OKs porn condom law (San Jose Mercury News)
  • In this week’s new episode of Supernatural, Felicia Day guest stars as Charlie, a hacker who would much rather spend a night with Scarlett Johansson than Ryan Gosling. Charlie might not know anything about flirting with a man, but in this clip…
    ‘Supernatural’ Video: Dean Teaches Felicia Day to Flirt (Buddy TV)

Image via Crystal Renn, Maryna Linchuk, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Anais Mali, Julia Nobis, Hyoni Kang & Valerija Kelava for W Korea March 2012.

Violet Blue

The London Times named Violet Blue "One of the 40 bloggers who really count" and Self Magazine named TinyNibbles one of the “Best Sex Resources for Women.” Blue is an autodidact and pundit on sex and technology, hacking and security, porn for women, privacy and bleeding-edge tech culture. She is a journalist for ZDNet, CBS News, CNET; she's an educator, speaker, crisis counselor, volunteer NGO trainer, and the author and editor of over 40 award-winning books.

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1 Mojo April 25, 2012 at 9:06 am

That Dean Winchester proxy-flirting with the security guy clip is adorable.

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