Several sports organisations have filed a joint lawsuit against suspected online counterfeiters allegedly based in China.
US fashion brand Michael Kors has filed legal action against eBay seller who it alleges is selling counterfeit versions of its products on the platform.
The American Apparel & Footwear Association has included foreign domains owned and operated by Amazon in its submission for the US Trade Representative 2019 Review of Notorious Markets.
Luxury fashion brand Tiffany has sued the operators of dozens of alleged cybersquatting websites that it says are selling counterfeit goods.
Spain’s LaLiga and Belgium’s Pro League have renewed an anti-piracy agreement.
The companies representing the IP rights of The Beatles and Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour have filed separate lawsuits targeting online counterfeiters.
Chanel has taken legal action against so-called cybersquatters who it says are selling counterfeit versions of its goods.
American headphone manufacturer Skullcandy has taken legal action against an online retailer which it says has been selling counterfeit versions of its products.
The City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit has called on YouTube stars to stop using fake make-up in online tutorials, to mark World Anti-Counterfeiting Day.
A sub-committee of the Canadian House of Commons, the lower chamber of the country’s parliament, has rejected calls from industry groups to recommend a site-blocking regime and limit safe-harbour provisions for internet service providers in order to combat online piracy.