[Original 2013 description]
Why is Lodgenet on the Dirty Dozen List?
This is the company that provides most of the in-room TV pornography to major hotels and motels. Despite the federal and many state laws, which prohibit obscene materials on cable and satellite TV, LodgetNet has made untold millions by providing hardcore pornography to its customers. Children have also been exposed to this material.
Federal obscenity laws, which the U.S. Department of Justice refuses to currently enforce, prohibit distribution of hardcore, obscene pornography on the Internet, on cable/satellite or hotel/motel TV and in sexually oriented businesses and other retail shops. 18 U.S.C. 1468 Distribution of obscene matter by cable or satellite TV
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Princeton’s Witherspoon Institute: “Pornography, Respect and Responsibility: A letter to the hotel industry“
CleanHotels.com — CleanHotels.com is a network of lodging facilities that do not offer in-room, ‘adult’, pay-per-view movies.
Pressure the DOJ to Enforce Obscenity Law
Public Health Harms of Pornography
The TEXXXAS pornography expo has been pushed out of the mainstream in Houston, Texas. Instead of being hosted in a prestigious hotel, the TEXXXAS pornography expo will not be relegated into a seedy strip club. This is an important victory for the movement to end sexual exploitation. In less than
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