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A haul of counterfeit DVDs worth £439,000 have been seized after a police raid at Glasgow’s Barras market.
The City of London Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit has been boosted by £3 million of new government funding.
Detectives from the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) today arrested two people in Bury on suspicion of selling devices illegally containing hundreds of thousands of chart-topping karaoke tracks and videos.
A landmark British test case has opened the gates for brand owners to compel internet service providers (ISPs) to police trademark infringement at scale, in addition to their already controversial role in copyright enforcement.
Consumers must beware of illegal traders who are increasingly using the internet to sell counterfeit and pirated goods, according to the Intellectual Property (IP) Crime report published by Baroness Neville-Rolfe.
A counterfeit goods trader caught with thousands of fake games and DVDs was sent from court branded “thoroughly dishonest”.
The Dedicated Cheque and Plastic Crime Unit (DCPCU) is this week launching a new campaign called Hang Up on Fraud. Latest intelligence shows that fraudsters are increasingly targeting consumers directly over the phone.
International partnership publishes report of proceedings of the International IP Enforcement Summit Report, held in London 11-12 June 2014.
New measures that modernise the intellectual property (IP) framework came into force on 1 October 2014, modernising copyright law and helping designers and patent holders protect their valuable IP.
Border Force officers at the Channel Tunnel entrance in France have seized around 578 boxes of counterfeit cosmetic gift sets with a potential value of up to £10 million.
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