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ASACP Technology Department Shows You How to Protect Your Business at Internext


Los Angeles, CA (July 19, 2007) – The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) will be lending its technological expertise at the 2007 Internext Summer Expo. Two members of ASACP’s technology department will be participating in educational panels. Additionally you will be able to join Executive Director Joan Irvine at the ASACP Booth (booth number 1110) where you will be able to view video highlights from ASACP’s recent press conference on the RTA (“Restricted to Adults”) website label.

Internext is a business-to-business show for the adult entertainment industry. Internext Summer 2007 will take place August 1st – 4th at the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa in Hollywood, Florida. Internext brings together content producers, distributors, webmasters, mobile companies, and technology manufacturers and developers together for three days of networking.

ASACP’s CTO Brandon Shalton will participate in the Technology Overview panel. The panel takes place on Friday, August 3, from 1:00pm to 2:00pm and will discuss the latest and most important technological advances for adult entertainment companies. The panel will be moderated by Kathee Brewer of AVN Online. In addition to Brandon other panelists include Marc Womack of MadisonAvenue.com and Dan Hogue of Camz.com.

Also on Friday ASACP’s Compliance Director Tim Henning will participate in a panel called “Protecting Your Brand.” The panel will discuss how to protect your company from domain thieves, hackers, and trademark abusers. In addition to Tim, other panel participants will include Greg Piccionelli of Piccionelli and Sarno, Robert Apgood of CarpeLaw.com, and the panel will be moderated by Connor Young of the YNOT Network.

Founded in 1996, the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating child pornography from the Internet. ASACP also works to help parents prevent children from viewing age-inappropriate material online. More information is available at www.asacp.org.

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