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INTA’s Unreal campaign challenges teens

Karen Bolipata, Washington DC

“Who has downloaded music?” asked Christopher Robertson of U.S. Customs and Border Protection. “I promise I’m not going to take any names.” At this, nearly everyone raised a hand. The better question, perhaps, was who hadn’t illegally downloaded music.

At a session yesterday on anticounterfeiting, Robertson was speaking to a group of students from D.C. area high schools about the risks associated with purchasing fake goods. Few people, he told them, think about the direct consequences of illegal downloading...

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