PeerFactor and the uTorrent developer Ludvig Strigeus signed a six months experimental agreement. Their goal is to develop “new content distribution applications on the Web”. This is interesting because Peerfactor is known for their Peer-against-Peer and other anti-piracy work.
Last year Peerfactor caused quite some controversy in France when their anti-p2p project was launched. Their idea: pay P2P users to distribute fakes that redirect downloaders to legal web sites.
There are not much details on the current project but it doesn’t seem to be related to Peerfactor’s anti-piracy projects.