29 Sep '14, 4pm

Former Google Employees Launch Adult Entertainment Search Engine

Former Google Employees Launch Adult Entertainment Search Engine

It’s no secret that adult entertainment on the Web is here to stay. So on September 15, a handful of former Google employees launched search engine Boodigo , which helps users find pornography on the Internet. Boodigo was formed by Colin Rowntree, Wasteland, and tech company 0x7a69. According to research, the search term "porn" has had a rate of interest that has not dipped below 80 percent since 2010. What Makes Boodigo Different? Access, privacy, and anonymity are key focus areas for Boodigo. The search engine contains a double process of verification, which works to first find the proper content based on the search terms and then makes sure that the site hosting the content is trusted. This process helps eliminate the spyware and viruses that many users accidentally download on adult sites. Additionally, Boodigo safeguards the user’s privacy by disabling the use of cook...

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