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Submission + - French court fines eBay US$2.5 million (goodgearguide.com.au)

angry tapir writes: "A French court has fined eBay US$2.5 million for failing to comply with an earlier ruling that required the online retailer to prevent the sale of certain brands of perfume to French consumers on its sites. The ruling is related to one of three lawsuits brought by LVMH, a company that controls brands including Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton and Givenchy. The suits charged eBay with unlawful marketing of perfume brands that included Christian Dior, Kenzo and Givenchy as well as the sale of counterfeit items on eBay."
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French court fines eBay US$2.5 million

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