Family Groups Protest 'White Collar Smut Peddlers'
(CNSNews.com) - Mainstream U.S. corporations are making billions of dollars from material they wouldn't dare show their employees for fear of being sued, a leading anti-obscenity crusader said.
Corporate giants such as AT&T, MCI and Time-Warner - not to mention most of the nation's leading hotel chains - are getting filthy rich from the sale of pornography, Janet LaRue, chief counsel with Concerned Women for America, said at a Washington press conference Wednesday.
"These mainstream corporations market a product they dare not show at their annual Christmas party or at their shareholders convention ... yet they're profiting from it by putting it out there in American homes and hotels," LaRue said.
If corporations allowed the obscene material they profit from to be shown on their premises, they would risk losing millions of dollars in sexual harassment or hostile work environment lawsuits, she...