industry’s leading secure digital media distribution company, is pleased to
announce that it has received allowance of its United States Patent
Application No. 10/431,854 titled “Content Distribution System and Method”
from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The formal Letters
Patent grant is expected to follow shortly.

The patent in the U.S. for “Content Distribution System and Method”
covers a method of distributing digital content, such as music and
advertising, to selected individuals over the Internet, in which the uploading
content provider selects the individuals that are entitled to access the
content and sets release conditions, like a time and date, and where the
identities of the selected individuals are verified at login and are provided
with access to the uploaded content if the release conditions are met.

YANGAROO’S Digital Media Distribution System (DMDS) is the only such system
available to the North American record, radio and advertising industries today
that has U.S. and Canadian patent protection for all of these crucial

“The allowance of this broad, industry-defining patent confirms YANGAROO
as the foremost innovator in its field,” said John Heaven, President and CEO
of YANGAROO. “This patent will provide us with a further significant
competitive advantage and will add substantial value to our company. The music
and advertising industries understand and respect the value of intellectual
property and we will continue to lead our sector through innovation and
invention. We will maintain our focus on expanding our patent portfolio and
plan to vigorously protect our intellectual property rights.”

This U.S. patent will complement YANGAROO’s Canadian patent number
2,407,774 of the same title that was granted in 2005, providing a North
America-wide safeguard for the company’s intellectual property. These “Content
Distribution System and Method” patents augment YANGAROO’S intellectual
property portfolio which includes U.S. patent No. 7,003,670 titled “Biometric
Rights Management System”, which is also pending in Canada as patent
application number 2,349,797, and pending U.S. patent application