With Christmas less than a month away, and Black Friday and Cyber Monday having kick-started the online shopping season, government agencies and associated organisations have been stepping up their anti-counterfeiting messaging and enforcement efforts. Leading this push is yesterday’s announcement of the results of a joint action against websites selling counterfeit products facilitated by Europol and Interpol – a move that saw a dramatic increase in seized domain names compared to previous years.

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