The September issue of ETO hit subscribers last week and it is now available to read online at www.erotictradeonly.com/etoonline
The lead news story features an anti-piracy group which is dedicated to the adult sector. Delta Anti Piracy is looking to do more than just stop offenders; it aims to make them pay too, and will be using the Proceeds of Crime Act to reimburse its members.
Features include a look at ‘less than obvious’ products; the implications of the .xxx domain; an interview with Kathryn Hoyle of Sh! Women’s Store in which she outlines her unique vision for her business; and what digital rights owners should be aware of in the Digital Economy Act 2010 – this last piece has been specially written for ETO by Howard Lamb of FACT.
Elsewhere in the September issue you’ll learn how to avoid employment tribunal claims and see which two adult stores in Wolverhampton deserved five star reviews from our Mystery Shopper.