Belgian court rules for eBay against L'Oréal

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A Belgian court has dismissed a case brought by L’Oréal against eBay. The cosmetics manufacturer had taken legal action against eBay, saying that they did not do enough to stop the sale of counterfeited products on the site. The court ruled that policing the merchandise was not eBay’s responsibility, though a spokesperson for eBay did stress that the company does work with rights owners to remove fake goods. Similar cases brought by L’Oréal in the UK, France, Germany and Spain are yet to be decided.



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