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I think the answer is “yes, but no-one is going to admit it”. The recent Mobile Adult Content Congress focused mainly on age-verification sc…

I think the answer is “yes, but no-one is going to admit it”. The recent Mobile Adult Content Congress focused mainly on age-verification schemes and so on rather than anything titillating, but it’s still a subject to raise passion in people…
“James Walz of West Management, did seem to get worked up as he talked about features like “personalized strip teases” and unbridled U.S. market potential…”There’s a huge consumer demand following up on the immense success of the Internet,” Walz said. “It’s a sizzling, serious business.”
On the other side of the fence: “Jeffrey Nelson of Verizon Wireless, the U.S. cell-phone service that Verizon Communications shares with Vodafone, said the company had absolutely no plans to offer adult content on its mobile phones…”As my grandmother would have said, ‘fat chance,”‘ Nelson said. “I hear all the same things you do about analysts saying this is a big boom,” he said. “We don’t think that our customer base wants it.”

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