A stroll down Northeast 27th Street doesn't feel X-rated, but it's here -- along a quiet, bayfront residential street — where Miami has declared war against Internet porn.
For about a year, Miami city leaders have tried to evict ''Khali Kreme,'' ''Sincere Luv'' and the other ''dorm dudes'' of Cocodorm.com, a gay porn site that films out of a red-brick colonial-style house.
From the outside, nothing about the home's appearance suggests it's different from its neighbors. But inside, multiple webcams capture occupants' almost every move -- from household chores to regularly scheduled sexual encounters.
Miami's Code Enforcement Board last year declared the home an adult business, one operating illegally in a residential area. The city ordered it shut down.
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