WASHINGTON — Federal authorities, in conjunction with the National Crime Prevention Council, launched a public education campaign at the White House on Tuesday aimed at combating counterfeit and pirated goods.
Through a series of TV public services announcements, radio and print advertisements, and online videos and social media tools, the initiative seeks to raise public awareness about the negative and dangerous consequences of intellectual property theft through counterfeiting and pirating, which often funds gang-related activity and organized crime, and hurts trademark and copyright holders.
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