VR OKO Virtual Reality Headsets for Adult Video Content

In the past few weeks that I had been active earning online through cryptocurrency-related activities, I have witnessed how the industry has evolved with more and more use cases on how cryptocurrency can be used in growing businesses. Even the sudden jump of Bitcoin price from $6500/BTC to $19,000/BTC and drop again to $6300 has not affected the number of ICOs (initial coin offerings) being introduced or launched daily.

From these ICOs, I participated in some projects. These projects are the ones with available prototype or working products that just needed additional fundings for market expansion. The introduction of cryptocurrency is a bonus factor which will cater to clients that want anonymousity in their purchases.One of these ICOs is that of OKOIN - the first decentralized blockchain-based VR platform for 100 % anonymous adult content distribution. The project combines the blockchain with virtual reality using the VR OKO headset.


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Kilbride and Schaffer Sentenced for International Pornographic Spamming Business

As posted at http://www.usdoj.gov/, Jeffrey Kilbride and James Schaffer, both 41 years old were sentenced on October 11, 2007 for organizing and running an international pornographic spamming business that grossed over $1 million.

Kilbride and Schaffer were sentenced to 72 and 63 months in prison, respectively. They were also fined $100,000, ordered to pay $77,500 in restitution to AOL Inc. and jointly forfeit more than $1.1 million of illegal proceeds from their spamming operation.

They were previously convicted on 8 counts of violation last June 25, 2007 by a federal jury in Phoenix. Included in the violations are
  • violating the Controlling the Assault of Non-solicited Pornography and Marketing (CAN-SPAM) Act of 2003 by sending spam messages using falsified headers and domain names
  • conspiracy
  • fraud
  • money laundering
  • and various obscenity charges.
CAN-SPAM Act of 2003, a law designed to crack down on the transmission of pornography in commercial bulk unsolicited electronic mail messages

Their pornography spamming business involved sending millions of unsolicited email messages advertising commercial internet hard-core pornography websites. Kilbride and Schaffer earned a commission for each person they caused to subscribe to one of these web sites. Hardcore pornographic images were embedded in each email they sent and were visible to any person who opened the email.

Kilbride and Schaffer's operation included three other co-conspirators: Jennifer Clason, 32, of Tempe, Ariz.; Andrew Ellifson, 31, of Scottsdale, Ariz.; and Kirk Rogers, 43, of Manhattan Beach, Calif. Clason, Ellifson, and Rogers have pleaded guilty for their roles in the scheme and testified against Kilbride and Schaffer.

Can their conviction serve as a lesson or a threat to other spammers out there?


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