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Pirate copies were sold along the streets at Halmstad city party


One pair of Ray Ban glasses for one hundred, three pairs of Nike shoes for three hundred SEK. It goes without saying that these are not genuine goods, says Lella Bräuner at Halmstad company DH Counterfeit, who responds strongly to the fact that pirated copies were sold along the streets during Halmstad city party.

The company works with IT systems and tools to detect and prevent online piracy sales. Employees at the Halmstad office work on these issues daily and several of them visited Halmstad city party privately this weekend and reacted strongly.

- I can't say every stand, but at least every second at least sold pirated goods such as sunglasses, caps and shoes, says Lella Bräuner at the company.

Organizer: "Nobody said anything"

The market stalls were part of Halmstad city party, which also offered music and amusement.

Behind the event is the Halmstad company European Fun Fair, which had permission from Halmstad municipality to use central parts of the city.

Organizer Kevin Andreasson tells SVT News Halland that he had no idea that there were pirated copies at the city party.

- Nobody said anything during the whole time the festival was running, which is a shame, because in that case we had a police report. It's illegal, he tells SVT in a telephone interview.

Source: svt

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