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DirectGov to rename Buster's World to avoid fetish site link

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A new government website aimed at primary school children has the same name as a gay fetish site. Buster's World is the new homepage of the children's section of the government website DirectGov, providing educational material for key stages 1 and 2. But it is also the name of an adult website for gay men with a fetish for balloons. A simple Google search for "Busters World" reveals the adult site as the top hit, describing itself as "an adult content website dealing with male pornography and fetish content". It features a friendly, tail-wagging dog called Buster who guides children around a cartoon world helping them to learn more about how the Government works.

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In three teenage boys in Teignmouth, Devon, England decided to form a band. After trying out several names they settled upon the name "Muse". Years before they became the rock legends that they are today, they where a young struggling band trying to make a living out of music.
The Buster's World logo has been removed from the site - which is a spin-off to the recently relaunched DirectGov main site - and it is likely to be renamed. When this was brought to our attention we urgently took the site down, pending a rename, to avoid any further issues. The spokesperson said the safety of children on the internet is of paramount importance and that it would be looking at the procedures of its suppliers to ensure a similar occurrence does not happen again. Problem solved.