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    • SnideUK and its website are fictitious.  Any news or views which appear on this site are not attributable to any actual organisations or individuals.  Behind this humourous context, there are real and serious issues involved in product counterfeiting.  If you have any issues or concerns about this website or its contents please email the creators at mail@snideuk.org

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    August 08, 2008


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    Your site certainly gave me a laugh - which is always a good thing.

    I assume you are still trying to persuade me as a consumer not to buy knock-offs, rather than twang the consciences of the counterfeiters.

    As I said, I don't have much brief for the LVMHs of this world. Let's face it, the success of one of the biggest companies on the planet was partly based on ripping off the designs of their competitors (yes, Bill, I'm talking about you).

    The areas of counterfeiting that do concern me hugely are prescription drugs and automotive and aerospace spare parts. These aren't being sold to little old gullible me - they're being flogged company to company. These are the knock-offs that are already killing people.

    How do you think that public (or not so public) information campaigns can address this most deadly trade?

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