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U.S. Agents Seize 40,000 Counterfeit Condoms In Puerto Rico
They likely don't work, and the materials could be hazardous, officials warn.
Here's Why Your Scanner Freaks Out If You Try To Copy Money
Can you spot the secret symbol hiding in your currency?
Thin Lips Suck: Linda Gomez at Age 60, Gives Women Something to Pout About
Janice Celeste, MBA | Founder/Editor-in-Chief of Successful Bl...
Linda Gomez started experimenting with naturally enhancing her lips at the age of 50. She noticed that as she aged, her lips were getting thinner. She didn't want surgery or injections and she realized that when someone kisses you and sucks on your lips, your lips become fuller.
Black Market Wine Industry Means You Could Be Drinking Poison
Con men Hardy Rodenstock and Rudy Karniawan duped prominent wine enthusiasts out of millions of dollars.
Internet Drugs Can Kill
President/CEO American Consumer Institute
The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy found that 97 percent of the Internet pharmacies it examined are not compliant with federal or state laws as well as industry standards.
Using Data to Fight Counterfeiting
Research Analyst, Center for Data Innovation
From the federal government's data-driven policing efforts to private sector initiatives to secure the supply chain, data has the potential to emerge as a powerful new tool in the fight against counterfeit goods.
HBO, U.S. Clamp Down On 'Sex In the City' Counterfeit Perfumes
Most fans of the fragrance likely don't know that the "Sex in the City" perfume is a fake at all, especially since the HBO
Super Bowl Piracy Raid: 'Operation Fake Sweep' Takes Down Sports Streaming Sites
The website seizures were part "Operation Fake Sweep," one of several phases of "Operation In Our Sites," an ongoing law
SOPA: Washington Vs. The Web
Currently the government can only shut down domestic websites, and only if it plans to go to trial; taking down a website
How to Watch Out for Counterfeit Pharmaceutical Drugs
Paul W. Chang
IBM food and drug safety expert
Using counterfeit golf equipment may damage my handicap and mental well-being, but it certainly wouldn't be harmful to my health. However, consuming counterfeit drugs could cost me a lot more than just money.
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Customer Stuck With Counterfeit Money From The Post Office
A business inadvertently gives you counterfeit money -- are you stuck with it? In most cases, yes. But what if that business
AOL Worth an Estimated $3.4 Billion in Spin Off: MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer November 17, 2009
Business advisor, author & commentator.
Time Warner's long awaited spinoff of AOL will happen December 9th. The spin off estimates that AOL is worth approximately
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