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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Diane Duke
The adult film industry in San Fernando Valley in California, announced a moratorium on porn filmmaking Wednesday after an actress tested positive for HIV.
An ordinance that would require porn actors to wear condoms during film shoots was tentatively approved by the City Council on Tuesday.
Beginning this week, the Internet's "red-light district" will be open for business as the rush for ".xxx" domain registrations starts in earnest, but whether the new tag to alert — and attract — Web surfers to porn sites will meet expectations is a matter of sharp debate.
An adult film performer who tested positive for HIV and caused the porn industry to shut down production as a precaution has been retested and the actor does not have the virus, a porn industry trade group said Saturday.
A porn industry trade group says an adult film performer who tested positive for HIV in Florida has been retested and does not have the virus.
An adult film performer has tested positive for HIV, causing porn producers to shut down shoots in Southern California as the diagnosis is confirmed through re-testing, according to an industry group.
Porn performers will soon be given a list of recommended health care providers for their frequent sexually transmitted disease testing, and results will be fed into a new industry database, according to a porn trade group.
"Of course we are disappointed, but we are not surprised by the ICANN Board's decision. As voiced in concerns by speakers at this very conference, the ICANN Board has dangerously undervalued the input from governments worldwide," said Diane Duke, FSC executive director, who said her group would continue to try to overturn the ICANN decision.
"We will be able to provide a list of recommended providers to our performers and ensure they will have sensitivity to the client base that we'd be bringing to these providers," Duke said at a news conference.