When a family in Woodstock realized that they were losing their home of 20 years to foreclosure they placed an ad on craigslist to give away the items that they don’t want to take with them. Here is the ad that they have posted on craigslist: “Fairly large, free yard sale. Moving and we want […]
It seems hopeless. How can the newspaper industry survive the Internet?
Aside from the occasional wardrobe malfunction and GoDaddy.com’s annual censor-baiting commercials, most people don’t associate the Super Bowl with sex. But this year, religious anti-pornography and anti-trafficking activists are using the nation’s biggest sporting event to take on the sex industry
A Wisconsin judge ruled there is enough evidence for four women to stand trial for their roles in a staged motel tryst that ended with a man tied to a bed, his penis super-glued to his stomach, a lawyer for one of the women said Wednesday.
Two-timing politicians, take note: Cheating has never been easier. AshleyMadison.com, a personals site designed to facilitate extra-marital affairs, now boasts slick iPhone and Blackberry versions that help married horndogs find like-minded cheaters within minutes
If an e-mail popped up in your inbox promising a house for $100, you’d expect to see it sent from a guy in Nigeria asking you to wire him several thousand dollars first.
Craigslist’s managers have complied with the wishes of most of the state attorneys general who demanded they rid the site of prostitution ads. The Web’s dominate classifieds publication replaced its controversial “erotic” section with a new “adult” category
It’s a cruel irony: Car navigation devices keep you from getting lost, but their location-sensing acumen won’t help you find them if they get lost or stolen.
French Internet users who download files illegally could have their service cut off under a new law enacted by the French government. The “three strikes and you’re out” law will see violators getting up to two warnings before their Internet service providers could be allowed to cut service for as long as a year.
Craigslist will replace its controversial online "erotic services" listings with a section where ads are individually checked by Craigslist employees before they are posted, according to Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal.