All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Counterfeiting’

Ailina Tsarnaeva In Court for Counterfeiting Case

Ailina Tsarnaeva, sister of the Tsarnaeva brothers responsible for the Boston Marathon bombings, appeared in court yesterday to answer charges dealing with a counterfeiting ordeal in 2011. Tsarnaeva surrendered herself to the court to clear a nearly 3 year old warrant against her. On January 13, 2011, Tsarnaeva plead not guilty to “misleading and impeding an investigation” dealing with the …

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Dollar Counterfeiting: Peru is #1 Worldwide Producer

In a heavily reprinted AP story out of Lima, a 13-year-old boy was arrested during a raid on a large counterfeiting operation. The boy was caught with almost three quarters of a million in fake dollars and euros; this led to the revelation that Peruvian counterfeiters were finishing each bill by hand. The Secret Service claims that, through cheap criminal …

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White House, IAB, Google, Yahoo, Microsoft & AOL Launch Best Practices To Fight Piracy

The White House’s Office of the U.S. Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator (IPEC), the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and AOL announced new best practices guidelines for ad networks to address piracy and counterfeiting. The guidelines are designed to help the ad networks regulate themselves. Under the guidelines, ad networks will maintain and post policies discouraging or preventing sites …

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