Reports of fake law firm takedown heaps pressure on Amazon over IP rights complaint handling
Over the past few days, media reports have focused on the case of an individual seller who saw his Amazon.com store shut down over an alleged IP-related violation lodged by a bogus law firm. His call for more considered investigations of complaints highlights the challenge facing the e-commerce giant, which is also under pressure to ensure speedy takedowns when infringement occurs.
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