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UGG Australia Wins $686 Million From Websites Selling Fakes


UGG Australia has scored another mayjah victory in their ongoing battle with online retailers selling fUGGs!

A judge recently awarded Deckers Outdoor Corp. $686 million from two lawsuits filed against more than 3,000 China-based websites hawking the counterfeit UGG products.

The funds were seized through hundreds of financial accounts held by the counterfeit sites, including PayPal, which is a big deal in and of itself since it's nearly impossible to collect from overseas merchants.

Judge Ronald Guzman also granted Deckers a permanent injunction against the fake domains, meaning they can fire off notices of contempt to defendants via email if they find they're conducting shady business elsewhere on the net.

You've been warned fUGG sellers!

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Ricky Gervais Thinks Fur Farmers Are Disgusting C***s

Filed under: TwitterDogFur


Ricky Gervais speaks his mind, whether you want to hear it or not.

We definitely like to hear his opinion on fur farmers.

He tweeted:

"Please don’t buy fur. And let anyone who does know they’re supporting the disgusting c***s who torture beautiful helpless creatures to death."

He didn't censor himself, we did.

He clearly feels very strongly about fur.

Ricky was turned onto the anti-fur cause after @@P4Animals and @StopFurTrade asked him to sign a petition against dogs being skinned alive in China to make fake Ugg boots.

He retweeted the message and responded in classic Gervais fashion:

"Petition? I want to fucking kill someone."

So much passion for the animals!

We like this guy!

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UGG Australia Slowly Winning Counterfeit Battle


Deckers Outdoor Corp. must be patting themselves on the back right about now.

In 2010, the UGG makers engaged in an anti-counterfeit war and judging by the figures they won the battle.

On December 23rd they seized 244,648 pairs of fUGGs in China, which added to the other 154,829 pairs they were able to snatch up throughout the year.

As if that wasn't enough Deckers successfully shut down 4,783 websites selling fake products and removed 30,444 eBay listings.


In a statement, the US based company said they "will continue to work with lawmakers, customers and policing authorities, and through our own initiatives, to ensure that fake product is seized and destroyed and counterfeiters are punished."

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