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"Money is the sign of liberty. To curse money is to curse liberty--to curse life, which is nothing, if it be not free." -- de Gourmont
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Wednesday, January 28, 2015
FSC Denounces AHF's Demand for Measure B Enforcement
The Free Speech Coalition on Wednesday denounced an ultimatum levied at Los Angeles County officials by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation demanding they begin setting permit fees for adult films and start enforcing Measure B.
Diane Duke called the move to compel the county to enforce Measure B a "desperate act" by the AHF's president, Michael Weinstein:
"The courts found the implementation of Measure B unconstitutional. Weinstein's witch hunt aimed at the adult entertainment industry is wasting millions of dollars that could be used in actually serving the L.A. community."
Friday, April 4, 2014
Melissa Midwest dropped from suit against Match.com
Melissa Midwest is being dropped as the face of a multibillion-dollar Manhattan lawsuit against Match.com.
Filed in November in Manhattan federal court, the suit accuses Match.com and affiliated sites of posting tens of thousands of fake dating profiles featuring unsanctioned photos of pretty people to attract paying members.
Lawyer Evan Spencer had quietly amended the complaint in January to replace the original lead plaintiff, Yuliana Avalos, with Melissa [Midwest] Harrington.
Court papers filed Thursday say Harringon "demanded that she be withdrawn as a plaintiff" because she never agreed to be part of the suit.
Spencer said he plans to move forward without Harrington and with a new version of the suit that includes fewer allegations against Match.com and seek unspecified money damages only on behalf of Harrington's ex-husband, Shane Harrington, who owned the rights to her photos, and his company.