The lie about pornography is that it is about a healthy love for human sexuality. The body beautiful. The miracle of flesh. The Internet publication of nude photos of Dr. Laura Schlessinger, a radio talk-show host, shows what a lie that pretense is.
Compressed Data; 12 Nude Pictures Start A Copyright Extravaganza
The gang peep of Dr. Laura
Laura's naughty photo sessions are making news again. Internet Entertainment Group, a Seattle developer of adult entertainment sites, first posted nude pictures of Dr. Laura Schlessinger on 19 October. Now IEG is suing those who didn't comply with its demands to take them down. The company is an old hand at these kinds of lawsuits, having won more than five settlements in the past year alone from groups republishing its copyrighted pornography. According to Warshavasky, After Hours did not comply with the cease-and-desist order in a timely fashion. After IEG posted its photos of Dr.
As copyright battles go, this one just does not seem to have an end in sight. Just a few weeks after a Federal judge ruled that the Internet Entertainment Group could display 12 nude photos of Laura Schlessinger, the radio talk show celebrity whose program offers advice to both the lovesick and the just plain sick, on its Web site, the company finds itself caught up in a nasty fight to prevent other Web sites from doing the same thing. The company, based in Seattle, has sent a cease-and-desist warning to more than 50 Web site owners to get them to stop publishing the photos, which the company bought from Bill Ballance, who was Dr.
But there are some celebrities who stripped down back in the day that might just surprise you. One of the most striking beauties of all time, Elizabeth Taylor was notorious for her cool reserve and multiple marriages. But Taylor never, ever allowed her nude image to be released to the public.