We take pride in knowing that people count on us to help in the struggle to clean up Internet searching as we know it
St. Petersburg, FL (PRWEB) March 30, 2006
Major search engines have opened up an enormous variety of resources for kids and teens of all ages to find almost anything they search for. Unfortunately it has also created a new avenue for kids and teens to access pornography through these major engines. According to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, every year one out of every five children is sexually solicited online. One of the more common incidents on the Internet involves children searching for explicit topics that send kids to pornographic Web sites.
Major search engines allow unfiltered results and that can be a problem, especially if kids are doing the searching. This is raising concern across the nation for schools, parents and even the government. Major search engines could install filters that would stop users from typing explicit topics. Unfortunately, pornography is one of the most searched for items and this would impact their user base and their bottom line.
The Bush Administration is trying to pass an Internet child protection law to stop pornographic Web sites from showing up on computers that children are using. In the process, they recently requested records from Google to see what people search for. Although Google refused to release the information, the goal was to see how often a search resulted in a pornographic link. That protection law was struck down just two years ago, leaving parents, schools and teens to find ways to get good clean search results. ISE Corporation created RedZee Search (http://www.RedZee.com), a possible solution to this problem. RedZee, a new search engine, filters out pornographic results while delivering accurate relevant searches. "We are filling the desperate need for a quality search engine that offers clean, yet still accurate, results," says John Stewart of ISE Corporation. RedZee offers fast search results that are targeted correctly to what people are looking for. Searches for explicit or pornographic-related words do not have a result. With the peace of mind this company is offering they have quickly become popular with parents, teens and schools across the country. "We take pride in knowing that people count on us to help in the struggle to clean up Internet searching as we know it," says Stewart.
The government may never be completely successful at passing any laws to keep pornographic search results away from children. In the meantime, RedZee's quality record sets them apart and continues to push their company to success. That's why their mission is "to be the most accurate and the most reliable for adults, and at the same time, think of the children."
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