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Congratulations to the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU), which has been granted two awards at this year’s Anti-Counterfeiting Group (ACG) ‘Awards for Excellence’.
A man has been sentenced to ten months suspended sentence and 170 hours unpaid work, after he pleaded guilty to making fake COVID-19 treatment kits and selling them across the world.
The City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) and FACT, leaders in intellectual property protection, are warning sports fans to use legitimate sources to watch the return of the Premier League as football comes back to our screens.
A second man who was wanted by the National Crime Agency for allegedly selling fake coronavirus testing kits online has been arrested.
A British man has been convicted of costing broadcaster Sky £1 million through the sale of illegal streaming devices (ISDs).
A Breaking Bad-style police officer who masterminded a drugs racket has been given an extra year in jail for a pirate TV set-top box scam that cost pay channels up to £5million.
This new report on how IP crime supports the activities of organised criminal gangs adds to the growing evidence that counterfeit goods are an attack against society requiring an international response. It demonstrates the interconnection between IPR crime and other types of serious crimes highlighting the links between actors committing these offences.
A man from Birmingham has been arrested after allegedly selling over 500 fake coronavirus testing kits.
A 38-year-old man has been arrested after allegedly selling hundreds of fake coronavirus testing kits online.
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