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+ - Feds shred counterfeit Cisco trade->

coondoggie writes: With a new conviction today, the federal action known as Operation Network Raider has resulted in 30 felony convictions and more than 700 seizures of counterfeit Cisco network hardware with an estimated value of more than $143 million. According to the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security who headed up the operation, there has been a 75% decrease in seizures of counterfeit network hardware at US borders from 2008 to 2009. In addition, nine people are facing trial and another eight defendants are awaiting sentencing.
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