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April 18, 2011

Degban’s Anti-Piracy Technology Becomes 3-Layered

LONDON—Degban, a U.K.-based copyright protection company, has announce a successful end to the test run of the third layer of its IntelliDetect system, an integral node of Degban's Intelligent Content Discovery Forest, or ICDF. ICDF is the core component of Degban's Anti-Piracy Cloud, a Multifold Evolutionary Anti-Piracy Platform developed and maintained organically by Degban's founders and team. According to the Development supervisor at Degban, the third layer of IntelliDetect system, known as CPDA (Community IntelliDetect, anti-piracy cloudPenetration Content Discovery Automaton,) is now ready to act in full capacity alongside the two other already active layers which have been in full commission for the past 12 and 14 months, respectively. The CPDA is aimed at discovering infringed content shared and distributed in Pirate communities across a multitude of Internet channels. This Component will release the two other legacy Automatons from carrying the burden of deep web penetration. Degban's currently employed IntelliDetect system consists of three layers of Content Discovery Automatons. The first layer, the Base Content Discovery Automaton, allows for the discovery of content over the indefinite chronological history of the piracy scene based on a local evolutionary cache of The Scene and the web. This automaton allows for the discovery of infringements even after alteration, modification, removal and encryption of such infringements. The second Automaton employed is the Surfacial Content Excavator Automaton. This Automaton tracks content through monitoring and extraction of the infringements recently made available by pirates on the piracy frontiers including:  file search engines, link aggregators, search engines and other superficial piracy tools. This allows for discovery and tracking of fresh sources of infringement and monitoring of the pirate hubs’ recent activities. Degbans' Development team has three more layers planned for 2012, bringing the IntelliDetect System to a total of six layers before its decommissioning in the first quarter of 2013. The IntelliDetect System will then be retired and replaced by the new generation Content classification system, currently being developed and built on the evolutionary algorithms inspired by the Ant Colony System and Complexity Theory. Degban is hoping the recently added Automaton will not just increase the current high efficiency of the system, but will also allow Degban to use the freed server capacity to increase the access time to clients with no extra costs. For information on how Degban can protect your digital assets, visit www.Degban.com or email Ella Black at ella@degban.com.

 
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