Los Angeles, California – Leading anti-piracy solutions provider CEG TEK International (CEG TEK) will be extending its services to Japan after successfully completing a six-month test. The company is also initiating ISP compliance testing in both Australia and Canada. The announcement was made by Kyle Reed, COO, CEG TEK International on July 16.
CEG TEK’s proprietary platform tracks vast amounts of data and is capable of continuously monitoring multiple Peer-to-Peer protocols (P2P) on a global level, in any format and language. Now, the company plans to extend its reach to several new territories.
Earlier in 2014, CEG TEK conducted a test with a large media company in Japan which yielded successful settlements over the past four consecutive months. As a result, the company will expand service in Japan to additional clients soon.
CEG TEK is also exploring the addition of Canada and Australia in the coming months by initiating compliance testing in both countries.
“We have been very pleased with our results in Japan and are planning to ramp up to full capacity there over the rest of 2014 and into 2015,” noted Reed. “With each territory comes new challenges. As market and legislative conditions change, we are ready to ramp up our global efforts as needed. For now, in addition to Japan, Canada and Australia are the key territories we are considering next.”
“In the United States and around the world, traditional peer-to-peer anti-piracy methods have proved to be largely ineffective,” continued Reed. “We have the only peer-to-peer solution shown to decrease infringements and repeat offenders, as well as return monetary settlements to rightful copyright owners.”