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June 19, 2003 01:15pm
Sex.com and ASACP Join, Encourage Webmasters' Involvement
Source: ASACP
by: Company Press Release

(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- Adult Sites Against Child Pornography (ASACP - ASACP.org) today announced a joint promotion with Sex.com to encourage webmasters to join ASACP. ASACP is the premier organization helping the adult site industry to make a difference in the battle against child pornography.

Sex.com is the leading source of targeted adult traffic for webmasters. Sex.com is a Founding Sponsor (the highest level of sponsorship) and on the Advisory Council of ASACP. If Webmasters apply for membership between July 1st and July 15th, Sex.com will pay $150.00 of the $300.00 annual contribution for an ASACP Approved Membership at the Guardian level.

To take advantage of this special promotion, webmasters must deposit $500.00 into their Sex.com account for text, banners or traffic from any country. To get started, webmasters need only apply to become an ASACP Approved Member using a referral code of "Sex.com" at ASACP.com/membership.html. If approved, webmasters are notified and proceed to make a $500.00 deposit into their Sex.com account.

Lastly, ASACP will email webmasters with information on how to make the $150 promotional contribution to become a member. ASACP introduced a new Approved ASACP Member Program this year, which has been expanded to meet the increasing demand for its services and commitment to the needs of its members and supporters. The program reviews and monitors all member sites to ensure compliance with its Code of Ethics. Approved Members are recognized in the ASACP Member Directory (ASACP.com/members.html).

Grant Media, LAC, the exclusive licensee of Sex.com, is an invaluable supporter of ASACP as they are preactively involved in the battle against child pornography. Sex.com has set the ASACP standard for search engines. If someone searches on an unacceptable term that denotes child pornography, Sex.com redirects the surfer to an ASACP link. They are also developing software that will enable anyone to determine if a term is deemed unacceptable according to ASACP's Code of Ethics. This software links to the database of unacceptable terms in 40 languages, which Sex.com licenses to ASACP for free.


ASACP (ASACP.org) is an organization helping the adult site industry to make a difference in the battle against child pornography. Over 4000 adult sites that are taking a stand against child pornography proudly display the ASACP logo. If you are interested in learning more about ASACP or helping in the fight against child pornography, please contact us.

About Sex.com

Sex.com, wholly owned and operated by Grant Media, LLC, is the premium adult Internet search engine, receiving on average 150,000 - 200,000 unique users and 400,000+ page-views daily. A majority of the traffic is type-in adult traffic; many are first time surfers looking for specific adult content. Additionally Sex.com distributes its search results and banners to over 25 other search engines internationally. Sex.com is committed to maintaining a leadership position in the quality of our products and services. As a result of its strong adherence to the laws and practices in the global Internet community, Sex.com is able to ensure a safe, stable and growing online advertising environment.

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