Alibaba plays up its big data anti-counterfeiting credentials; launches alliance to fight fakes “for the entire industry”
Chinese online marketplace behemoth Alibaba – in collaboration with law enforcement agency partners – has revealed the results on its latest crackdown on offline counterfeiting operations. Leveraging the big data technology that Alibaba has at its fingertips, the figures appear to be impressive – with 417 counterfeit product rackets halted and 332 suspects arrested – but brand owners will be weary of rejoicing until they see tangible results for themselves.
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