U.S. Said to Seize 150 Names of Sites Selling Counterfeit Goods

U.S. federal courts ordered the seizure of 150 domain names for websites alleged by authorities to have sold counterfeit goods in violation of copyright and other intellectual property laws, said a law enforcement official who wasn’t authorized to discuss the matter.

An announcement scheduled for today is timed to coincide with the “Cyber Monday” online shopping day.

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