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    Amazon, Valentino file joint lawsuit over shoes counterfeiting

    Italian luxury brand Valentino and Internet giant Amazon have filed a joint lawsuit against New York-based Kaitlyn Pan Group for allegedly ...
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    Ep 8: Dangerous Fakes

    Counterfeiting syndicates are no longer just faking handbags and luxury items. They are now gunning for everyday products you use and consume -  ...
  3. The logo of Amazon is seen at the company logistics center in Lauwin-Planque

    Amazon's foreign websites named in US piracy and counterfeiting report

    Several of Inc's foreign websites have been added to the U.S. trade regulator's "Notorious Markets" report on marketplaces known for ...
  4. U.S. President Donald Trump holds a campaign rally at Drake University in Des Moines

    Trump signs executive order aimed at preventing sales of counterfeit goods from overseas

    President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Friday aimed at preventing counterfeit products from abroad from being sold to U.S. citizens ...
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    Amazon to ramp up counterfeit reporting to law enforcement Inc is planning to give more data on counterfeit goods to law enforcement in a further crackdown on fakes listed on its e-commerce ...
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    How luxury resellers are waging war against counterfeit goods in the digital age

    Tried-and-tested methods that utilise human expertise are still relied upon, while technology is now employed in smart ways to spot fake goods.
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    Commentary: More buying counterfeit goods and knock-offs - it's costing billions and more

    Cheap, fake goods may be tempting, but its hidden cost are high, says Michigan State University's Jay Kennedy.
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    Commentary: Who on earth still buys counterfeit branded goods?

    The allure of such goods remains strong when we measure our worth by the brands we wear and carry, says Associate Professor Sharon Ng.