The clothing and Footwear Association of the United States takes corresponding measures to protect its own shoes and clothing brands with the same name

according to relevant media reports, the American clothing and Footwear Association (AAFA) welcomed the proposal of Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), proposed by chuck Grassley (R-1owa) and And the intellectual property protection act 2011 proposed by seven co sponsors to prevent real economic creativity, cyber hazards and theft. The specific goal of intellectual property protection law is rogue websites, which use e-commerce distribution strategy to sell counterfeit goods and counterfeit goods all over the world

“shoes, clothing and fashion accessories are some of the most common counterfeit goods in the world,” said Kevin Burke, President and CEO of AAFA” As American consumers continue to take e-commerce as the main way of shopping, rogue websites have gradually become a popular way for counterfeiters to send fake goods into the United States. “

“all industries are plagued by counterfeit products, and 1 appreciate the diligence of Senator Clichy in solving this problem,” Burke said” The U.S. clothing and footwear industry is committed to combating these counterfeit websites. This bill sets the right direction to provide us with complete tools to protect and help combat these rogue websites

he said: “American workers who work hard to protect the clothing and footwear brands of the same name in the United States are threatened every day because these fake websites deceive consumers, and these websites deceive consumers into thinking that they get a big deal. These rogue websites look and feel like legitimate websites, posing a threat to American brands and disrupting the market with harmful and counterfeit goods

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