6,000 Counterfeit CDs Seized at Kiev’s Petrivka Market
In February 2012, the inspectors from the State Intellectual Property Service of Ukraine seized 6,000 counterfeit audio and video discs, worth approximately EUR 9,500 (USD 12,500), at the open-air Petrivka Market in Kiev, Ukraine.
Legal proceedings have been initiated against the infringers.
The State Intellectual Property Service regularly performs inspections at the Petrivka Market, which is well known for offering pirated music, films, games and software.
Author: Maya Kryvoshei
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Source: State Intellectual Property Service of Ukraine
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