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AM News Headlines 6-19-13

West Springfield Police need your help to find the man who crashed a van through the front door of the Quick Stop convenience store on River Street. Senate rivals Gabriel Gomez and Ed Markey debated one last time as their election battle heads into its final stretch. Western Mass native Michelle Cha Full story

Are All Porn Sites Really Riddled with Malware?

Pornographic websites, or at least some of them, contain a lot of malware that could infect visitors, a British researcher has found. Full story

Teen hacker faces porn charges

   Police say 17-year-old hacked into phones of other teens to obtain pictures that he later sent to pornographic websites. WXIA's Kevin Rowson reports.

PETA plans porn website to promote message

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals plans to create a pornographic website to promote its animal rights and vegan diet message. Full story

Dot-XXX address puts porn sites on the spot

Pornography finally has an official home on the Internet, and how governments treat this newly formed parcel of digital real estate could have significant implications for everything else on the Web from the presence of ethnic minorities to the spread of free speech. Full story

Red-light district for the Net gets green light

Friday, the board of directors of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which oversees the Internet's naming system, approved the creation of a red-light district online with the ".xxx" domain. It follows a decade-long battle over such a name. Full story

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  Porn Over Ponzi at SEC?

CNBC;s Scott Cohn reports that a former SEC official allegedly frequented porn sites, missing an opportunity to uncover a $550M fraud scheme.

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