FriendFinder Pulls Down FacebookofSex.com

FriendFinder Networks, Inc., has pulled down the site FacebookofSex.com over which Facebook filed suit over two weeks ago.

The domain name now goes to a page saying the “site has been deactivated and if you are an existing member you can log in”.

I’m not sure where the log in will take you because I’m not a member,  but maybe someone out there can let us know.

FacebookofSex.com is ranked as the 648th business site on the net according to Alexa and Compete shows the site getting over 4,000,000 monthly visitors.

FriendFinder Networks, Inc. filed with the SEC this week for an IPO which is scheduled for May 11th.

Of course just because the site is sort of turned off doesn’t stop the lawsuit from moving forward and we will keep you updated as events warrant.

Still no word on other sites using “Facebook of Sex” as a slogan rather than part of the URL  like xxxmatch.com and xxxbook.com.

 

 

Comments

  1. Alex A says

    Just for fun I looked up GoogleOfSex.com and BingOfSex.com. Both are registered. But YahooOfSex.com is still available. So anyone who wants to waste their money, go register that, fast!

  2. Lullabyte says

    I really would like to find someone with an account at that site to check up a few things. I believe there is material with me in there. And of course without my consent.

    Registration seems to be closed. You can register at another site but that does not mean that content is moved over. Or do anyone happen to know?

    I would be happy for any kind of help. Either by checking up a specific profile, by borrowing me an account or hints what to do.

  3. ZUMI says

    @Lullabyte
    u can register at any other friendfinder sites and can access it contents.
    try xxxmatch.com or adultfriendfinder.com or pornhubpersonals .com……
    once u r registered u can go into facebookofsex.com and move around as the link directs u.

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