Boodigo: Adult Search Engine Launch By Former Google Employees

Adult entertainment is one of the most popular terms of search engine, Every day  over the world wide most of people search for pornography on the Internet. But they have faced many of problems like, when  most of people search for adult contents on google or bing they show some articles that based on content but users in actually not search for articles. 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 Google statistics  the search term “porn” has had a rate of interest that has not dipped below 80 percent since 2010.

boodigo search engine

BoodiGo– It guard the user’s anonymity.

So What About Privacy Features Of Boodigo :-

Access, privacy, and anonymity are key focus areas for Boodigo.It is organized with a double process of verification, which in the first place associates key words of the search with content, and secondly checks to see that the content belongs to trustworthy sites and not to pirate sites with fraudulent and malicious intentions, the Boodigo founder said-

The  Boodigo search engine was also designed to guard the user's anonymity.

Additionally, Boodigo safeguards the user’s privacy by disabling the use of cookies or other tracking mechanisms that take information about Internet users.

When asked about the project, Rowntree shared why there was a need for a product like Boodigo:

“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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