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Counterfeit products continue to pose a significant threat to the health and safety of individuals. Counterfeit drugs and cosmetics often contain harmful ingredients that threaten public health. And counterfeit electronics, like phone chargers and power adapters, can overheat and cause fire hazards. Counterfeiters exploit online marketplaces, social media, and other online tools to get these products in the hands of unsuspecting consumers, while causing economic harm to legitimate businesses and their workers. Successfully disrupting counterfeit networks will require cooperation from authorities at all levels of government as well as partnerships across the private sector. The panel discussion is about how the public and private sector can work together to establish global norms and best practices to better protect consumers from counterfeits and ensure respect for intellectual property in e-commerce.

Posted by Center for Data Innovation

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25 August 2022 11:00 - 12:00

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