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Babel gains FACT accreditation

Babel has become the first games services company to gain the industry acknowledged Federation Against Copyright Theft (FACT) security accreditation, it was announced today (16th February 2007).

FACT is the leading representative trade body that is committed to protecting the interests of the entertainment industry in the fight against DVD piracy and the increasing threat from online piracy. Members include BBC, Sony, Paramount, Technicolor and Warner Bros.

"Security, quality, delivery. These are our major priorities", said Algy Williams, Babel's Managing Director. "We're constantly reviewing and improving our security and it is excellent that a trade body such as FACT has recognised our standards".

Babel's Brighton facility passed FACT's stringent criteria based on physical security and working practices, to gain accreditation.

Babel's security standards and process are applied equally across its facilities in Brighton, Montreal and Delhi. The company's physical and IT security has also recently been audited by a number of blue chip clients.

Babel has facilities in Brighton, New Delhi, Los Angeles and Montreal, employing more than 150 full time staff backed up by over 350 contract QA testers, over 350 in-country translators and a global network of audio studios.

Babel is a registered Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo developer, an approved Microsoft Xbox 360 test house and one of the Sunday Times 100 Fastest Growing UK companies.

Clients include SCEA, SCEE, SCEJ, SEGA, Nintendo, Microsoft, EA, Disney, THQ, Atari, Ubisoft, Eidos, Capcom, Nokia, VU Games, Activision, Namco Bandai, Midway, Konami, Majesco, NCSoft, NovaLogic, Take 2, Square Enix, Rising Star, TT Games, Bethesda Softworks, Rebellion, Climax, Revolution, Warner Brothers, Aspyr, Celador and Lucas Arts.

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