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September 30, 2019
Cosmos Intellectual Property services and anti counterfeiting
Anti-Counterfeit Authority (ACA) destroys counterfeit goods in Mombasa Africa Anti Counterfeiting news: According to chair of the Board of ACA, Ms Flora Mutahi, the condemned goods that were destroyed through burning at the Coast Clay Works , Changamwe, Mombasa County consisted of various items ranging from fast-moving goods like footwear, clothing, electronic goods like circuit...
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A Las Vegas businessman has pleaded guilty to charges that he trafficked counterfeit Apple and Samsung phone parts and accessories. Saad Ahmed (32) admitted conspiracy to traffic in counterfeit goods via his Phone Parts USA business, which sells cell phone components and other electronics throughout the US, as part of a plea deal with prosecutors....
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Counterfeit crackdown: A year-round mission in UAE: Inspectors conduct daily visits and investigate stores to ensure they are following laws. Authorities have confiscated more than 7,000 fake products in Abu Dhabi so far this year. And these fakes were seized not in random busts – but as part of strategic inspection campaigns, with a clear...
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Law enforcement officials in China struck a major blow in the fight against knock-off Lego products. A coordinated raid has shut down one of the biggest offenders around. For years, a company called Lepin has been producing buildable toys. Like Lego, theirs are also made from bricks. They?re also 100 percent Lego-compatible, come with identical...
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Last week, Glossy reported a bit of good news for luxury brands and resellers around the world: 2018 saw a drop in counterfeit goods among resellers, according to new data from luxury goods authentication platform Entrupy. Things are looking similarly positive for a platform that has faced significant challenges with counterfeit sellers as luxury retailers looked to...
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Fake Samsung phones and accessories worth more than Sh10 million have been seized by anti-counterfeit officers. In a sting operation, inspectors from the Anti-Counterfeit Authority (ACA) raided several outlets in downtown Nairobi along Mfangano Street and seized 213 counterfeit mobile phones. They also seized over 1000 mobile phone accessories including chargers. The raid followed complaints...
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