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Fake goods: Amazon sues social media influencers

Mid-Day Friday, 13 November 2020
Amazon has filed lawsuit against 13 individuals and businesses including two social media influencers for allegedly advertising, promoting, and facilitating the sale of counterfeit luxury goods in Amazon's store, in violation of the company's policies and the law.

The lawsuit was filed in the US District Court for the Western...
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News video: Amazon Sues 2 Influencers for Selling Counterfeit Items on TikTok and Instagram

Amazon Sues 2 Influencers for Selling Counterfeit Items on TikTok and Instagram 01:04

According to a lawsuit filed by Amazon on Thursday.

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