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What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
What are counterfeits
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What are counterfeits

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  • 1. It’s a fake world <br />
  • 2. Overview<br />Counterfeiting in general<br /><ul><li>Katerina</li></ul>Action and effects<br /><ul><li>Maxim</li></ul>Reasons<br /><ul><li>Rinata</li></ul>Music industry<br /><ul><li>Benoît</li></ul>Counterfeit products<br /><ul><li>Bart</li></li></ul><li>Counterfeit?<br />What are counterfeits?<br />Why do people buy counterfeit goods?<br />Why do people sell counterfeit goods?<br />Expansion/globalisation<br />Cause of globalisation<br />
  • 3. What are counterfeits?<br />= ‘knockoffs’<br />Imitation, forgery<br />Currency, documents<br />Art, clothing, pharmaceuticals,…<br />
  • 4. Why do people buy counterfeit goods? (1)<br />
  • 5. Why do people buy counterfeit goods? (2)<br />Secondary market<br />Low prices<br />Status<br />Weak or no penalties<br />Depends on characteristics of the product and the consumer<br />
  • 6. Why do people sell counterfeit goods?<br />Profits<br />Large market size<br />Brand power<br />Weak or no penalties<br />
  • 7. Expansion<br />
  • 8. Globalisation (1)<br />
  • 9. Globalisation (2)<br />Consumption patterns vary<br />Automotive parts: Middle East, N-America<br />Tobacco: Widespread, developing economies in Latin America, Africa<br />Piracy of music, movies: all economies<br />
  • 10. Cause of globalisation (1)<br />Free trade zones<br />Internet <br />
  • 11. Cause of globalisation (2)<br />Free trade zones<br />= crossing international borders with minimal regulation<br /><ul><li> less control
  • 12. disguise point of manufacture</li></li></ul><li>Cause of globalisation (3)<br />Internet<br />Anonymity<br />Flexibility<br />Market size<br />Market reach<br />Deception<br />
  • 13. Action & effects<br />Action<br />Ip<br />Interpol<br />BASCAP<br />Costs<br />effects<br />
  • 14. Action<br />
  • 15. Intellectualproperty (IP)<br />Term IP<br />Intellectualpropertylaw<br />The agreementontraderelatedaspects of intellectualpropertyrights (TRIPS)<br />
  • 16. Interpol<br />Createdanintellectual crime actiongroup<br />July 2002<br />
  • 17. BASCAP<br />The business alliance to stop counterfeiting and privacy<br />Launched in early 2005<br />More recent and comprehensiveglobalinitiatives<br />
  • 18. Costsrelated to combatingcounterfeiting and privacy<br />Productionprotection<br />Packazing special<br />Litigiation<br />Investigations and research<br />…<br />
  • 19. Effects<br />
  • 20. Economywideeffects<br />Innovationand growth<br />Criminalactivities<br />Environment<br />Employment<br />
  • 21. Overview<br />Counterfeiting in general<br /><ul><li>Katerina</li></ul>Action and effects<br /><ul><li>Maxim</li></ul>Reasons<br /><ul><li>Rinata</li></ul>Music industry<br /><ul><li>Benoît</li></ul>Counterfeit products<br /><ul><li>Bart</li></li></ul><li>Globalisation of deceit<br /><ul><li>Counterfeiting:the oldest crime in history
  • 22. Number 1 crime of the 21st century</li></li></ul><li>Whatare the reasonsforcounterfeiting?<br />Doesglobalisationhave animpact on counterfeiting?<br />What have World Bank(WB) and International Monetair Fonds (IMF) to do withit?<br />Greg Palast”Democracyfor sale”<br />Ecuador-example<br />Higher life standard?<br />Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement(ACTA)<br />
  • 23. 1)Does globalisation have an impact on counterfeiting?<br />Due to certain circumstances, created by globalisation, a lot of people were pushed in a certain position<br />
  • 24. 2)What have World Bank(WB) and International MonetairFonds (IMF) to do with it?<br />Many specific, destructive conditions for developing countries for lending the money<br />
  • 25. ”<br />3) progressiveinvestigativejournalist<br />
  • 26. 4)Ecuador-example<br />
  • 27. 5)Higher life standard?<br />South-Africa : since 1980 the income per capita decreased with 23% !!!<br />
  • 28. 6)Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement(ACTA)<br />Agreement for the purpose of establishing international standards on intellectual property<br />
  • 29. Why do peoplebuyconterfeiting products?<br />
  • 30. Types of peoplewhomaybe more willing to buy counterfeit brands<br />have relativelylittleregardfor the law<br />have negative attitudes towards big business<br />want todemonstratetheirstatus,butdon’t have the funds<br />are curiousand want to experiment<br />liketaking risks<br />
  • 31. Attitude andfunction of counterfeiting<br />Value-expressivefunction<br />Social-adjustive attitude<br />Togainapproval in socialsituations<br />Helps people to communicatetheircentralbeliefs ,attitudes and values<br />Self-expression<br />
  • 32. Overview<br />Counterfeiting in general<br /><ul><li>Katerina</li></ul>Action and effects<br /><ul><li>Maxim</li></ul>Reasons<br /><ul><li>Rinata</li></ul>Music industry<br /><ul><li>Benoît</li></ul>Counterfeit products<br /><ul><li>Bart</li></li></ul><li>Music industry<br />Figures<br />Legal downloading<br />RIAA<br />SABAM<br />
  • 33. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oD3VTMASdpA&feature=related<br />
  • 34. Figures 2010<br />7.7 million <br />1.2 billion tracks<br />219 million pound or € 248 496 539<br />Still on the rise<br />
  • 35. Legal downloading<br />iTunes Store<br />Napster<br />Zune Marketplace<br />Amazon MP3<br />Nokia Music Store<br />TuneTribe<br />Kazaa<br />eMusic<br />
  • 36. RIAA<br />The Recording Industry Association of America<br />2003: first lawsuits<br />Purpose: respect the copyrights+ minimize the number of illegal downloads<br />
  • 37. SABAM<br />Fines<br />Music in public<br />Amounts of money to high<br />
  • 38. Counterfeit products<br />Fake shoes<br />Costs<br />Fake vs. Authentic<br />Tips <br />
  • 39. Fake shoes?<br />Many different names<br />Production & export = illegal<br />Infringing upon Copyright laws<br />Cheap imitations <br />
  • 40. How?<br />Employee steels the design<br />Sells it to a random factory<br /> Produces in mass amount<br />Don’t use high quality material<br />Never the same as the original<br />
  • 41. Cost?<br />Who you deal with;<br />How many are purchased;<br />Customs  makes it harder to import;<br />Costs to import are high.<br />
  • 42. Differencesbetween fakes andauthetics<br />FakeAuthentic<br />
  • 43. Website Tips<br />Read the Policy<br />Verify the sizes<br />Check the sizes again<br />Check the price<br />Check their stock<br />See where they come from<br />Check the quantity<br />Check the pictures<br />Check the pictures again<br />
  • 44. Overview<br />Counterfeiting in general<br /><ul><li>Katerina</li></ul>Action and effects<br /><ul><li>Maxim</li></ul>Reasons<br /><ul><li>Rinata</li></ul>Music industry<br /><ul><li>Benoît</li></ul>Counterfeit products<br /><ul><li>Bart</li></li></ul><li>Thank you for listening!Now it’s YOUR turnDEBATE <br />

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