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A UK government agency started its second round of anti-counterfeiting activities last week, targeting the use of illicit social media accounts to sell fake goods in the run up to Christmas.
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Trading Standards; Facebook; Baroness Neville-Rolfe; UK Intellectual Property Office; social media; copyright