SafeMedia Offers IP Providers Tech Solutions

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<p><strong>Hollywood, Calif. &mdash; July 17</strong><br />Recent court action and the nation&#39;s largest ISP provider brings the spotlight on business solutions to prevent piracy. </p><p>A judge&#39;s recent ruling holding a Belgium ISP responsible for installing a technical solution to block or filter illegal peer-to-peer networks and the announcement by AT&amp;T that it will police copyrighted materials distributed over illegal peer-to-peer networks brings more attention to&nbsp; the need for SafeMedia&#39;s P2P Disaggregator (P2PD) solution to stop peer-to-peer piracy.<br /><br />&quot;ISPs are now recognizing the potential legal liability in addition to the enormous cost of excessive bandwidth usage from P2P file-sharing networks and that they require a solution that addresses both complete protection and bandwidth reduction,&quot; said Pasquale Giordano, SafeMedia Corp. president and COO. &quot;Only our solutions stop contaminated P2P file sharing, protect user privacy, reduce bandwidth consumption from contaminated P2P networks and provide a network that is safe for the legal distribution of media.&quot;<br /><br />SafeMedia&#39;s portable solutions safely drop all contaminated peer-to-peer network traffic, rendering the contaminated peer-to-peer network useless. </p><p>It does this without reading the content of files or violating user privacy.</p><p>The company maintains the world&#39;s largest dictionary of peer-to-peer software characteristics and updates its installed solutions every three hours to reflect changing protocols or signatures of contaminated peer-to-peer networks.<br /><br />SafeMedia provides the only solution on the market guaranteed by a hold harmless agreement from any lawsuits related to copyright infringement on a network&nbsp; where SafeMedia&#39;s products are properly installed.<br /><br />&quot;We believe that stopping the illegal sharing of copyrighted files is crucial and can only be accomplished at the network level by isolating contaminated P2P networks at the source of their content,&quot; Giordano said. &quot;Those companies that attempt to &#39;read&#39; user transmissions are prying into the personal and business data of users, which might result in further legal liability for invasion of privacy. </p><p>&quot;Solutions that attempt to read files are easily circumvented via encryption, which is wildly used in P2P<br />applications, in addition to negatively impacting the performance of a network. Our solution is effective with encrypted and nonencrypted transmissions and never affects the performance of the network or the user.&quot;</p>

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