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January 26, 2009

Despite enacting legislation to protect the copyright and trademarks of the London Olympic Games, the London Organizing Committee (LOCOG)is not bothering to actually enforce the legislation by shutting down flagrantly unofficial websites ready to prey on unsuspecting consumers. To add insult to injury, in most cases, it takes no more than a simple phone call or letter to shut down the illegal sites.

Website Free-For-All Makes Mockery of London Olympic Copyright Law
by Simon Hart

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