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  • Online sellers of counterfeit luxury goods attract more than 36 million visits per year

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    Online sellers of counterfeit luxury goods attract more than 36 million visits per year

    MarkMonitor says online counterfeit sales will cost retailers and manufacturers $135 billion in 2011.

    Posted 01/17/2011Thad RueterPost a comment

    MarkMonitor says online counterfeit sales will cost retailers and manufacturers $135 billion in 2011.
  • Feds crack down on fakes

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    Feds crack down on fakes

    Investigators have seized the assets of 70 web sites that mimicked legitimate sites.

    Posted 07/13/2012Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Investigators have seized the assets of 70 web sites that mimicked legitimate sites.
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    Court decision scores knockout for Tiffany against jewelry knockoffs

    A New York federal court has handed down a judgment in favor of Tiffany & Co. against Starglam Inc. and its principal owner, enjoining them from any further illegal use or infringement of the Tiffany name and trademark both online and offline.

    Posted 08/08/2007Bill BriggsPost a comment

    A New York federal court has handed down a judgment in favor of Tiffany & Co. against Starglam Inc. and its principal owner, enjoining them from any further illegal use or infringement of the Tiffany name and trademark both online and offline.
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    Brand owners face obstacles in tracking online sellers of counterfeit goods

    As the sale of counterfeit brand name items on the Internet grows, more companies are taking to the web to search out fakes, but their task is not easy, says Glen G. Gieschen, managing director of Gieschen Consultancy.

    Posted 06/13/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    As the sale of counterfeit brand name items on the Internet grows, more companies are taking to the web to search out fakes, but their task is not easy, says Glen G. Gieschen, managing director of Gieschen Consultancy.
  • / Technology

    Feds Say Up to 90% of Memorabilia Is Fake

    Think that autographed Mark McGwire baseball that you've been eyeing on an online auction site is a steal? Buy it, and you just might be right, according to U.S. law enforcement officials. A federal investigation shows that 50% to 90% of memorabilia being sold in today's $1 billion market could be fake. During a recent investigation that ended on April 11, the U.S. Attorney's Office, FBI and Internal Revenue Service busted a multimillion-dollar...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Think that autographed Mark McGwire baseball that you've been eyeing on an online auction site is a steal? Buy it, and you just might be right, according to U.S. law enforcement officials. A federal investigation shows that 50% to 90% of memorabilia being sold in today's $1 billion market could be…
  • Bogus Brands and the Internet

    No longer are counterfeiters limited to selling goods at flea markets, on the street or in other venues outside the retail mainstream. The web has extended counterfeiters’ reach around the world—and made them harder than ever to find

    Posted 08/01/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    No longer are counterfeiters limited to selling goods at flea markets, on the street or in other venues outside the retail mainstream. The web has extended counterfeiters’ reach around the world—and made them harder than ever to find
  • Tiffany suit seeks to settle who’s responsible for fakes at eBay

    Tiffany has filed a suit charging eBay with “direct and contributory trademark counterfeiting and infringement” after a survey commissioned by Tiffany found that 73% of items identified under its brand on eBay were fakes.

    Posted 07/29/2004Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Tiffany has filed a suit charging eBay with “direct and contributory trademark counterfeiting and infringement” after a survey commissioned by Tiffany found that 73% of items identified under its brand on eBay were fakes.
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    MarkMonitor Provides Online Counterfeit Protection for GN Store Nord

    Hands-Free Headsets Online Channel Protection from MarkMonitor Stops Illicit Online Sales on Internet Auction Sites San Francisco, Calif. – February 13, 2007 – MarkMonitor®, the global leader in enterprise brand protection, today announced that GN, the world leader in innovative headset solutions, has implemented Online Channel Protection(TM) from MarkMonitor to help protect its most popular Jabra® and GN Netcom products from illicit online...

    Posted 02/13/2007

    Hands-Free Headsets Online Channel Protection from MarkMonitor Stops Illicit Online Sales on Internet Auction Sites San Francisco, Calif. – February 13, 2007 – MarkMonitor®, the global leader in enterprise brand protection, today announced that GN, the world leader in innovative headset…

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