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Anti-counterfeiting 2016 - A Global Guide

An article by Haydn Simpson and Stuart Fuller, featured in the World Trademark Review

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What are the most common job scams at present and how can we tackle them?

Job scams may not be a recent issue, but experts are warning that the practice is becoming increasingly sophisticated.

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It started with a tweet

Its rise has been phenomenal: if we want to find out about something happening right now, we no longer search on Google, we ask Twitter, and brands need to be aware of its power, says Stuart Fuller

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New "dot insurance" domain name should help drive business

The first installment of this essay introduced the topic of the forthcoming, industry specific generic top level domains (gTLDs)— including the domain name suffix .insurance — due for release on the internet on June 15, 2016.

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British holidaymakers targeted by online travel agent scams

Holidaymakers are being ripped off by a number of scams originating from online travel agents with fake reviews and rigged pricing.

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House of Lords report calls for urgent OTA investigation

A House of Lords report is demanding an urgent investigation into anti-competitive practices in the online travel sector. The report by a House of Lords Select Committee says the sector lacks accountability and transparency and should be scrutinised by competition authorities.

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Ichainnel, Report: Internet Fuels Rapid Expansion of Counterfeit Goods

A newly released report argues that online commerce is fueling a "global pandemic" of counterfeiting.

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IP Pro The Internet, Digital piracy in sports is rife

Digital piracy is costing the global economy more than $75 billion per year, according to NetNames, with 23 percent of internet bandwidth used for streaming illegal content.

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Recruitment Grapevine, The biggest mistake recruiters make that leave them open to fraud

Companies who fall victims to recruitment fraud don’t only risk missing out on great candidates, but also risk harming their brand too.

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Information Age, Top five things that will drive 'Manufacturing 3.0'

Manufacturing's third revolution will transform the way goods are made, focusing on digital, customer and collaboration

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World Trademark Review, Domain Name Registration Strategies in Focus

Corporate domain name management companies are often asked the question: "what does an optimal portfolio look like?"

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Trademarks and Brands Online, The Dangers of Illegal Streaming

A live television broadcast can easily be captured illegally and distributed across the internet, and this holds perils for viewers as well as rights owners, says Stuart Fuller, director of communications at NetNames.

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Webroot, Love Is in the Air, and So Are Security Threats

It may be the most romantic day of the year, but that hasn’t lessened any of the security risks for online shoppers and dating app users, according to recent findings.

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Info Security Magazine, Love Is in the Air, and So Are Security Threats

It may be the most romantic day of the year, but that hasn’t lessened any of the security risks for online shoppers and dating app users, according to recent findings.

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Licensing Source, Brands warned about Valentine’s Day fakes

Celebrity fragrances among items which could be targeted, says brand protection specialist.

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Fresh Business Thinking, Leading brands highly vulnerable to online fakes this Valentine’s Day

Ahead of this year’s Valentine’s Day, NetNames, the leading online brand protection specialist, has today warned that leading brands, such as Ralph Lauren, Paco Robanne and Coco Chanel, are being targeted by online counterfeiters.

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Beverage Daily, Italian authorities seize fake Moet and Chandon champagne

Beverage Daily, Italian authorities seize fake Moet and Chandon champagne

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Food Quality News, Italian authorities seize fake Moet & Chandon Champagne

Food Quality News, Italian authorities seize fake Moet & Chandon Champagne

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The Grocer, Beware the copycats

Sir, News this week that 9,000 bottles of counterfeit Champagne have been seized in Europe is just the latest in a string of reports of counterfeit food and drink products saturating the global fmcg Market.

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Harpers, Counterfeit Champagne seizure a warning to industry, brand expert says

Italian police have seized some 9,000 bottles of counterfeit Moët & Chandon Champagne near Padova in northern Italy.

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