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Friday, 28 September 2012 10:03

Porn search machine is with us

Written by Nick Farrell



Designed for the discerning punter


ICM Registry is about to launch a new search engine which is designed to look for porn. Dubbed Search.xxx, the new search engine will give users a more streamlined searching process, help protect them from viruses and malware and help guard their privacy.

Stuart Lawley, ICM's CEO said that the search engine has cataloged 21 million webpages from .xxx sites, which should keep Fudzilla readers busy for a whole minutes. Lawley said that there's as much porn there as anyone would need. Lawley touted Search.xxx because the .xxx TLD scans each website there for viruses and malware every day using McAfee security products.

Some porn websites on other TLDs have been notorious for infecting users' computers with malware. The launch of the new engine comes on the back of changes that , Google, made to its algorithm which has ranked many porn sites lower. Some porn sites falling off the first page of results in favour of pages with definitions of sex terms or news articles, Lawley said.

The adult industry is feeling a little bit deranked by the major search engines, which gives Search.xxx an area to push into, claims Computerworld.

Nick Farrell

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