Anti-Piracy Companies Cancel Their Planned Merger

Anti-piracy company Peer Media Technologies says that contrary to announcements made last year, they will no longer be merging with anti-piracy competitor BayTSP.

“After conclusion of due diligence by the parties we were unable to reach agreement on a definitive contract,” said Dimitri Villard, Chief Executive Officer of Peer Media. “We are now focused on pursuing our own future strategic direction.”

Peer Media Technologies was the result of the joining together of two other anti-piracy companies that readers will be more familiar with – Media Sentry (which worked extensively with the RIAA for many years) and BitTorrent-poisoning company MediaDefender.

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