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4 child porn ring members sentenced in Indiana

A federal judge sentenced two high-ranking members of a major international online child pornography ring to 15 years in prison Friday. Full story

NYPD removes child porn video from servers

New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says the computer crimes unit has removed a child porn video from nearly 70,000 servers nationwide. Full story

UK toddler killer charged with child porn offenses

British prosecutors said Monday that a man convicted of murdering a toddler in 1993, when he himself was just 10 years old, has been charged with child pornography offenses. Full story

Austria: Man hoarded a million child porn pictures

A 53-year-old man who hoarded more than a million child pornography pictures and videos has been arrested, Austrian authorities said Friday. Full story

NY: Networking site ignored abuse rules

Child pornography was allowed to remain on social-networking site for nearly two months after undercover investigators posed as users and reported the content to the site's administrators, the state attorney general's office charged Thursday. Full story

Feds bust child porn 'social networking site'

Federal prosecutors announced Wednesday that they had broken up a major online international child pornography ring that at its peak had more than 1,000 members trading millions of sexually explicit images. Full story

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Oct. 23: Psycho Talk: Rush Limbaugh spoke out against the White House’s criticism of Fox News saying if they consider the network “talk radio” then “msnbc is pornography and Obama likes msnbc.”

  Woman behind Apparel suit: Thought abuse was ‘normal’

Irene Morales, who is suing American Apparel executive Dov Charney for $250 million, says she thought everyone in the retail-fashion industry had to endure sexual abuse while trying to earn a paycheck.