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Court Rules Cybernet, Owners of KINK.com, Unprotected Against Actors’ HIV Claims

A federal court has ruled that Cybernet, owners of the popular website KINK.com, may be held accountable against claims they allegedly caused three porn performers to contract the HIV virus. In the ruling upheld by the federal court, California’s State Insurance Compensation Fund has no obligation to financially cover the series of claims. This case may set precedence forcing companies to cover the health expenses for performers who are found to have contracted HIV on their set, instead of their workers compensation insurance. While it has yet to be determined if the performers were infected on the Cybernet set, if the performers claims are founded, Cybernet could be liable for all costs. For the full story, read below.

 

Summary Judgment for Insurer Leaves Porn Site Unprotected Against Actors’ HIV Claims

 

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