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Counterfeit goods can often pose a real risk to human safety and they always have a negative effect on genuine businesses
The RAVN robot helped analyse 30 million documents in the SFO's Rolls-Royce case, saving 80% from the cost of a manual review
A Hove man has been given a suspended prison sentence after he admitted smuggling hundreds of thousands of counterfeit cigarettes.
From late 2015 to June 2017, officers unravelled the wide-scale manufacture and distribution of counterfeit documents by a London and Midlands gang who created the fake IDs to help immigration offenders live illegally in the UK.
The growing concern of counterfeit toys is seen as a key factor contributing to the decrease of UK toy sales.
A Shrewsbury shopkeeper who hid counterfeit cigarettes in a hidden compartment in his store has been given two suspended prison sentences.
Welsh councils' trading standards teams carried out 39 raids and netted 4,391 items believed to be fake, including toys, clothes, footwear and cosmetics.
AN EBAY trader who ran a £250,000 online business selling fake phone chargers, car badges and unapproved cosmetics online has said: ‘I’m not a criminal.’
EMV is leading to a significant drop in counterfeit fraud.
In the first half of 2017, around 237,000 fake banknotes were removed from UK streets: if they were real, these notes would have been worth £4.88 million.
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