Less than a month after the US called out China’s largest online marketplace, Taobao, for its rampant counterfeiting, the Chinese company’s parent has formed an alliance of 20 brands to use data to fight fakes. 173 more words
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Engadget: Why do Instagram and Twitter want me to buy fake Yeezys? “It’s not rare for me to come across ads for counterfeit goods, particularly as I’m browsing Instagram or Twitter. 83 more words
Even though eBay is really just a middle-man, giving buyers and sellers a platform to transact business, it doesn’t want those buyers being conned into paying for counterfeit items, or sellers unloading potentially illegal knockoffs. 294 more words
China's Alibaba sues vendors over selling counterfeits -- While countinuing to sell counterfeits to the public
© AFP/File | Alibaba and its Taobao site have long been accused of providing a platform for the sale of knockoff brand-name goods
BEIJING (AFP) – Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has filed a lawsuit against two vendors for allegedly selling counterfeit goods, it said, weeks after the US put its main platform on its “notorious markets” blacklist. 299 more words
Facebook’s patent application for technology capable of recognising the content of images and the ability to flag them was recently published.
The patented technology has the ability to spot… 70 more words
KEARNY, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — This holiday season, counterfeiters are trying to cash in on unsuspecting shoppers.
As CBS2’s Kris Van Cleave reported, a warehouse in Kearny is filled with fake toys, purses, and sports gear that’s been confiscated by the feds. 239 more words