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Mansion Productions Supports ASACP As Corporate Sponsor


Los Angeles - (July 14, 2004)
- ASACP is pleased to announce that Mansion Productions ( www.mansionproductions.com ) is supporting ASACP by becoming a Corporate Sponsor.

ASACP is the organization that helps the adult site industry make a difference in the battle against child pornography. Mansion Productions is a software company that was established in 1997. They contribute to the success of the webmaster community by offering products like CSS - Content Sales System, MPA3 - affiliate program software, and MAS - Content Management software.

We strongly supported ASACP`s efforts in the battle against child pornography. In fact, we watched their progress over the last few years. But it was only when I had a chance to talk with Aly Drummond who is on the Advisory Council that I learned what ASACP planned to do to protect the industry: 24/7 monitoring of its members, providing keyword analysis (How Clean Is Your Traffic?) reports and validating membership via link codes. Since we are in the software business, we understand what an undertaking this is. We wanted to financially support their creative use of technology to protect the children and the industry, said Oystein Wright and Garry Oien, co-owners of Mansion Productions.

Oystein has been in the industry for many years, so gaining his support for our new systems was important. He can inform so many others about the strides that ASACP has made. Plus, Oystein and Garry represent the growing international business sector. With our new systems and the ongoing contact with European hotlines, ASACP will be positioned to expand globally, said Joan Irvine, executive director - ASACP.

Over 4700 sites that are taking a stand against child pornography proudly display the ASACP logo. If you are interested in learning more about ASACP or helping in the fight against child pornography, please view the ASACP site ( www.asacp.org ) or email membership@asacp.org .

For further information, contact: Joan Irvine, joan@asacp.org