Some of the search terms which get you labeled as a pedophile are “teen”, “young” and “young models”. Unfortunately, there are real life teens and aspiring young models that want to research these terms. So how does the government dominate search terms that pedophiles might use without entrapping curious kids?
Well, it seems their method is based on very bad web design. When I first accidentally went to youngmodels.org as opposed to young-models.org, I saw a pure vanilla site offering advice on life coaching, bottled water delivery, business and modeling agency. It was really so bad I never went back on purpose. A few more typos and I ended up with the same disgusting graphics as the first trip but now the links being offered were Porn Videos, Porn Movies, Adult XXX Videos, etc.
About a month later, I went back on purpose to see how the site was evolving. The home page was the standard cop disclaimer about being over 18 and your promising to do it in the privacy of your own home so as not to defend others. (This also makes it easier to deliver a warrant.) When you enter the site, you get exactly the same porn links as mentioned above, but with some really attractive models which is a step up from the first two crappy designs.
Now trying to track this garbage is a real trip. A trace of the name takes you to an IP (184.108.40.206) owned by ENOM off a Pnap connection and a Internap backbone. However when you do a whois to establish ownership, you get an IP owned by Level 3 communications in use by CWIE or ENOM. When you go to the site by way of the IP you go to a pure vanilla site offering Apartments, used cars etc.
So it’s could be a mistake and the answer is, not unless you believe in Magic.
Seems when you view the source code, it’s all served up by nuseek.com off an Akamai hosting.
Now nuseek.com has made it to the big time and their homepage is worth the trip. It defines Nu as a swirling watery Chaos from which cosmic oder arose. This is an obscure meaning from Egyptian mythology.
For those who care to know, nu is one of the ways vanity site owners spell new.
It is also the 13th letter of the Greek alphabet.
Try your luck with number 13.