Former Google Programmer Creates Ethical Porn Search Engine BooDiGo

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The words pornography and ethics may often not be seen together, but a former Google programmer and porn producer Colin Rowntree created a porn search engine that aims to be different from similar existing engines by being ethical.

That means the newly created BooDiGo will not direct netizens to pirated and virus-infected porn sites. It will also be pro-active by not just pointing to only legit porn portals but by blacklisting video sharing sites that host pirated content. 

And BooDiGo won't track the movements of searchers. Rowntree promised not to use cookies or other user-tracking technologies to gather user data. The creator said he is not interested in building a profile of its user because its core mission is to help people in search of porn in an efficient, effective and enjoyable way possible. It assured that the search engine would not be a big brother looking over the shoulders of its searchers or will it divulge to others stuff that the searcher looked for or downloaded.

BooDiGo also offers a special tab that would let searchers look for Tumblr's porn tags after Tumblr made it hard for users to search for porn content when Yahoo purchased it.

Other existing porn search engines are PornMD that allows users to filter search results into straight, gay and shemale, Fapdu and SearchXXX.

BooDiGo has porn firm Wasteland and tech firm Ox7a69 as partners. Five programmers from Ox7a69 are from Google who disliked the way things were run in the search engine giant company.  Rowntree said the five didn't copy or replicate Google's logarithms but wrote their own code from ground zero.

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