In 2004 when Tiffany & Co first filed its suit "it notified the auction site that 73 percent of a random sample of supposed Tiffany listings were, in fact, counterfeit." It asked that eBay examine the listings of any seller offering five or more Tiffany items. eBay insists it is not their job to protect Tiffany's trademarks.
An excellent article appeared this week on the Tiffany vs. eBay suit.
To read the complete article, see: Tiffany appeals ruling in eBay counterfeit listings case (http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-10013681-
Wayne Homren, Editor
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