In this age of the anything-goes internet, it may seem quaint to think of a time when someone could go to jail for publishing naughty books. But a man who actually did that helped loosen the moral strings on society.
Police say 19-year-old Tyler Jones, a sophomore at Villanova University, has admitted to videotaping at least three women undressing in a bathroom and then uploaded them to a pornographic website called X-Hamster, from his dorm room on campus.
Other than the social consequences, if you are a minor who sends explicit pictures of yourself, you face legal consequences as well.
Thanks to new apps like snapchat or poke, people are able to send what they believe to be self-deleting photos of themselves that disappear in 5 seconds. But those photos could come back to haunt them.
There’s a ‘closed’ sign on one of the city’s last remaining x-rated movie theaters — in an area of Philadelphia that used to be run-down, but has since undergone quite a turn around.
A Berks County man gets attacked by a woman for accessing a pornography website on his cell phone.
A Delaware man was arrested for sexual solicitation of a child and unrelated weapons charges.
Chris talks to John Featherman about his run for Congress and his new online ad. He discusses Chase Utley’s latest injury setback, the most dangerous cities in the country, and the media’s fascination with Rick Santorum’s social platform.
The domain was created for adults-only content, but universities are buying up their own names to prevent any improper associations.
Court records indicate the boyfriend did admit to posting the sex video on line and that he did it in order to be hateful.
A federal judge has turned down a request from Adult World in Montgomeryville for a temporary restraining order and permanent injunction against the group called “The King’s Men.”
The Delaware Department of Justice says a Dover man has been charged with nine counts of dealing in child pornography.
Chris examines President Obama’s 2012 election campaign and questions the clarity of his foreign policy agenda. He talks to Fox News Contributor Lis Wiehl about her new book, the NFL lockout and Piers Morgans non-existent ratings. Also, he talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel and, for the first time, Mayor Michael Nutter.