Police seize 1,000 counterfeit Cisco products following raid

Tom Wright
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Joint investigation with Cisco saw 'hundreds of thousands of pounds' of fake hardware obtained

City of London Police have seized over 1,000 counterfeit hardware products in a raid following a joint investigation with Cisco. On Tuesday (25 July) the City of London Police's Intellectual Pro...

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