The site wants to ensure its search results won’t contain links to stolen material
BY 10/16 9:56AM
BoodiGo has taken steps to prevent the spread of pirated porn.
BoodiGo, the search engine for porn, has taken a major step in ensuring its search results won’t contain pirated material.
When the site first launched, Colin Rowntree — one of its founders — stressed how important it was that the site not support stolen content. As a porn producer and director, Mr. Rowntree told us how he’d experienced the damaging effects of piracy firsthand.
“It’s horrible for the performers, for the studios, for everybody,” Mr. Rowntree said at the time.
And while he was sure BoodiGo was doing “a very good job at identifying the illegal tube sites,” now the company’s taking extra steps to ensure its results are piracy-free. BoodiGo today announced a partnership with PornGuardian, an organization that works with members of the porn industry to prevent the spread of pirated content.
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