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European Consumer Summit 2022
Remarks by Amazon’s Director of EU Public Policy, James Waterworth, at the European Consumer Summit on 10 February 2022, where Amazon took part in a panel discussion organized by the European Commission and the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
Acting against counterfeit
We believe we have a responsibility to protect consumers, brands, and our store from counterfeit products and we work hard to do that. Our teams have continued to innovate to protect our store, helped our selling partners keep their virtual doors open, and ensured that the vast majority of customers continue to shop with confidence from our broad selection of authentic products.
Read more about what we do to stop fraud, counterfeit and abuse.
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A blueprint for private and public sector partnership to stop counterfeiters

On the one-year anniversary of its launch, the Amazon Counterfeit Crimes Unit highlights successes and outlines how governments and businesses can work together to hold counterfeiters accountable.