Homeland Security Seizes 70 Websites for Copyright and Trademark Violations

Homeland Security Seizes 70+ Websites for Copyright and

Nov 27, 2010 · The U.S. government’s crackdown on file sharing and counterfeiting has taken a new and disturbing turn. Yesterday, we reported that the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and …

Homeland Security Seizes 70+ Websites for Copyright and

Yesterday, we reported that the Department of Homeland Securitys Immigration and Customs Enforcement office had seized Torrent-Finder.com, a site that linked to other sites that…The U.S. governments crackdown on file sharing and counterfeiting has taken a new and disturbing turn.

U.S. Gov’t seizes 70+ domains, but the sites live on

Without any notice, the Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement office seized nearly 80 domains for copyright and trademark violations including Torrent-Finder.com, a

Homeland Security Seizes 70+ Websites. | Digital Radio Central

Nov 28, 2010 · At the time, we knew that several other websites had also been seized; however, today, we are hearing reports that as many as 77 different websites have been seized and shut down, all without any notification or warning to the owners.

Homeland Security seizes 70+ Websites | BlackHatWorld

Just caught this story on yahoo news, the Department of Homeland Security seized 70+ websites for «willful copyright infringement». When I saw the list of sites seized I assumed they would all be torrent or movies sites but it seems that a lot of stores selling counterfeit goods were snatched up as well.

Department of Homeland Security Seizes Over 70 Alleged

The Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has dropped the hammer on BitTorrent-related websites and others associated with piracy and counterfeit goods

U.S. ICE seizes 70 more websites for alleged copyright

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement seized 70 websites accused of selling products that infringe copyright, bringing the number of websites seized by ICE in the last two years to 839.

Homeland Security seizes domain names | TheHill

The investigative arm of the Homeland Security Department appears to be shutting down websites that facilitate copyright infringement. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has seized dozens

CBP Atlanta Seizes 870 Children’s Ski Caps for Trademark

After determining the trademark violations, the merchandise was seized by CBP officers. Trademark violations found included Hello Kitty, Angry Birds, Yogi Bear, Spiderman, Marvel Comics, Smurfs, Shrek, Looney Tunes, Sponge Bob and Crabby, Ice Age, and Disney -Lilo and Stich.

IPR – Seized goods violating property rights

Goods that are seized and forfeited as bearing a mark that is a counterfeit of a registered trademark, piratical of a registered copyright or imported in violation of distribution rights agreements are routinely destroyed, unless the owner of the trademark/copyright gives permission for other disposition, such as charitable donations.

ICE-led IPR Center seizes 70 websites duping consumers

ICE-led IPR Center seizes 70 websites duping consumers into buying counterfeit merchandise WASHINGTON — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI)-led National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center (IPR Center) seized 70 websites that were illegally selling counterfeit merchandise.

Homeland Security Seizes Dozens of Piracy Websites | The

Over the past week, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement unit of the Department of Homeland Security seized more than 70 websites in a new crackdown on internet piracy.

Homeland Security Seizes Spanish Domain Name That Had

Feb 01, 2011 · It appears that Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) division, and their incredibly sloppy domain seizure operations, have moved on to the next phase — as was promised by

Homeland Security Seizes Dozens of Piracy Websites | The

Over the past week, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement unit of the Department of Homeland Security seized more than 70 websites in a new crackdown on internet piracy.