Partners with Child-Protection Advocate to Block, Redirect Child Porn Search Terms

LOS ANGELES —, the new adult entertainment-oriented search engine making waves with its commitment to user privacy and efforts to prevent websites with pirated content from making their way into its search responses, has announced a partnership with the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) that will enable to screen out another manner of illegal website from its responses: sites that traffic in child pornography and the abuse of children.

“When it comes to something like child pornography sites, in our view a guiding credo like ‘Don’t be evil’ simply isn’t sufficient,” said Colin Rowntree, a founder. “We feel compelled to be proactive here, not just reactive by taking down links to child porn when they are reported to us, but to make an effort to keep images and sites like these from being found using our search engine in the first place.”

“By screening out and redirecting searches based on the wealth of data that ASACP has compiled over the years,” Rowntree explains, “we’re augmenting our ability to serve our primary purpose, which is to be a resource where adults find legitimate adult entertainment made by and for consenting adults.”

Under the new partnership, ASACP is supplying BoodiGo with a variety of data, including search terms commonly used to locate child porn online, and BoodiGo in return is redirecting users who enter those search terms to resource pages on the ASACP website.

ASACP Executive Director Tim Henning said that BoodiGo and other ASACP supporters “exemplify the highest ethical and operational standards by seeking to actively protect children.”

“Proving child protection is one of their highest priorities, BoodiGo is not only blocking search terms that seek illegal and sexually abusive content of minors online, it is also furthering the fight against this heinous material and deterring those that would seek it out by redirecting these searches to ASACP,” Henning stated. “This is a fight that can only be waged through the vital support of companies such as BoodiGo, who set an example worthy of following.”

Launched last month, BoodiGo eliminates search results from sites that are known or potential security threats, ensures that all BoodiGo sessions are HTTPS-encrypted, and works closely with rights-holders to keep unlicensed and illegal content from appearing online, providing users with an enhanced search experience in a safe, private and anonymous setting.


There is no doubt that adult-rated content has taken over the internet, and there is now no way to stop people accessing it in some way if they really want to. The 1990’s generation could do nothing to overcome the relentless wave of pornography which was thrust upon them during the rise of the internet early in the millennium, and the ridiculous accessibility of all material from the adult industry has meant that it is now here to stay.

It is from this background that the latest chapter in pornography on the net has begun, with news filtering through that former staff of search-engine titans Google have launched their own pornography equivalent, Boodigo, for web browsers to access…

“Google and Bing have gradually been weeding out the industry’s adult content and that (for us) has been tremendously frustrating. If someone is looking for videos of oral sex and tries to find them via Google, what they get is an article by Wikipedia and advice from Cosmopolitan. And when they get what they’re looking for it can well be pirated material.”

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OZY Coverage: Boodigo’s Pure Porn Search Engine Scratches Itches

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Porn has about as much to do with real sex as Twinkies have to do with dining.

Sometimes canned, sometimes clumsy and only rarely truly sexy, modern pornography still manages to be between a $10 and $12 billion industry in the U.S., $97 billion worldwide. We did some quick math and figure that means: a LOT of people are watching porn. And yet, if you’re reading this at work and you turn around and ask your three nearest co-workers if they enjoy porn and use it to … relax, the faster-than-you-can-finish-your-question answer will be “No.”

Boodigo is betting there’s demand for a better way to find the porn you want.

But a skeptical look-see on their browsers is so likely to turn up uncomfortable search histories that a team of no fewer than five ex-Google employees decided to do something about it. That something is Boodigo. It’s a search engine that gets the very busy porn searcher to his or her particular poison faster, without having to wade through pages of non-adult content, and without leaving a compromising trail of breadcrumbs.

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