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Illicit

類別: 史地‧法律‧政治>其他
叢書系列:NEXT
作者:摩伊希斯‧奈姆
       Moises Naim
譯者:吳國卿
出版社:時報文化
出版日期:2006年09月18日
定價:320 元
售價:253 元(約79折)
開本:25開/平裝/304頁
ISBN:9571345377

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The Inventory: From Tommy Hilfiger To Sewer Pumps

117 [NYC 2004 bust] “Retail Raid,” Newsday, June 5, 2004, p. A8.

117–18 [Super copies] “Bags of Trouble,” Far Eastern Economic Review, March 21, 2002, pp. 52–55; Jo Johnson, Fred Kapner, and Richard McGregor, “Back-Street Bonanza for the Counterfeiters,” Financial Times, December 4, 2003, p. 16.

118 [Italy] Robert Galbraith, “Luxury Groups Battle a Wave of Counterfeit Goods,” International Herald Tribune, September 29, 2001, p. 12; “The Impact and Scale of Counterfeiting,” Interpol, May 25, 2004.

118 [Rolex seizure in Italy; also China media executive mention] Peter S. Goodman, “In China, a Growing Taste for Chic,” Washington Post, July 12, 2004, p. A1.

118 [Genuine sales rising, example of $12,000 Omega watches] “Psst. Wanna Buy a Real Rolex?” The Economist, January 24, 2004.

118–19 [CEO of watch company quote] Author interview with CEO of Swiss watch company, Geneva, Switzerland, September 2003.

119–20 [Cars, other industrial products] “Heavy-Duty Forgers,” Far Eastern Economic Review, March 23, 2000, pp. 46–47; Richard McGregor, “GM Probes Chery ‘Piracy,’ ” Financial Times, November 12, 2003, p. 30; Jose Reinoso, “Coches clonados a bajo precio,” El Pais, March 29, 2004; James Kynge, “Nissan May Sue Chinese Rival over Design,” Financial Times, November 28, 2003, p. 21.

120 [Fake Honda motorcycles in China] Frederik Balfour, “Fakes,” Business Week (European edition), February 7, 2005, pp. 54–64.

120 [DaimlerChrysler loss of market share in auto parts to counterfeiters] Ibid.

120 [Car and aircraft parts, United Airlines mechanic story] Murray Hiebert, “Fake-Parts Fear,” Far Eastern Economic Review, March 4, 2004, p. 40.

120 [Valves, sewer pumps, other industrial examples] “Fakes Are Blotting the Horizon in Italy’s Valley of the Valves,” Financial Times, March 20, 2001; “Counterfeit Electrical Products Cause Damage To U.S. Markets,” Today’s Facility Manager, Online Exclusive, June 2002, at http://www.wireville.com/hots/ hots0204.html#10; “Knock-offs Threaten U.S. Firms’ Profitability,” Indianapolis Star, May 24, 2004; “Chinese Counterfeiting Takes Root in U.S. Marine Industry,” International Boat Industry Magazine, May 27, 2004.

120 [China as center of knockoff manufacture] Fishman, “Manufaketure.”

121 [Music industry] International Federation of Phonographic Industries, “The Recording Industry Commercial Piracy Report 2004,” July 2004.

121 [Russia CDs] Tim Burt, “Music Groups Tackle Russian Piracy,” Financial Times, December 19, 2003, p. 12.

121 [Impact on sales] “Piracy Slashes Music Sales,” Financial Times, April 11, 2003; Stan Bernstein, “Burned by CD Burners,” Washington Post, September 24, 2002, p. A21.

121 [Online distribution] “Music’s Brighter Future,” The Economist, October 28, 2004; Scott Morrison, “Apparent Fall in Web Piracy Is Music To Record Company Ears,” Financial Times, January 6, 2004, p. 10; Ien Cheng and Richard Waters, “Piracy: Overkill Gives Way to Pragmatism,” Financial Times, April 14, 2004, p. 14; Michael Skapinker, “An Industry Fights for Its Future,” Financial Times, October 12, 2004.

121 [“Rampant” quote] International Federation of Phonographic Industries, “A Round-Up of Anti-Piracy Actions Worldwide,” January 2004.

121 [Danger Mouse] Bill Werde, “Defiant Downloads Rise from Underground,” New York Times, February 25, 2004, p. E3.

122 [Video] “Tipping Hollywood the Black Spot,” The Economist, August 30, 2003; “Film Industry Warns of Big Losses To Pirate Copying,” Financial Times, February 4, 2004, p. 52; “Romancing the Disc,” The Economist, February 7, 2004, p. 63; Amanda Ripley, “Hollywood Robbery,” Time, January 26, 2004, p. 56; John Schwartz, “In Chasing Movie Pirates, Hollywood Treads Lightly,” New York Times, December 25, 2003, p. C1; Chris Buckley, “Helped by Technology, Piracy of DVDs Runs Rampant in China,” New York Times, August 18, 2003.

122 [Hopper anecdote] “Fast Track: Avenue of the Americas,” Financial Times, January 25, 2002, p. 13.

122 [Harry Potter/China] Elizabeth Rosenthal, “Counterfeiters Turn Magic into Cash,” New York Times, November 25, 2001, p. A1.

122 [Microsoft] “Intelligence: Slipped Discs,” Far Eastern Economic Review, January 30, 1997; “Phonies Galore,” The Economist, November 8, 2001; “U.S. Targets Software Pirates,” Washington Post, December 12, 2001; “Asian Software Pirates Ahead of Microsoft,” Financial Times, December 3, 2003; John Burton, “Microsoft Plans Cheaper Software to Combat Piracy,” Financial Times, June 30, 2004, p. 18.

122–23 [Computers, chips, software] “Piracy Losses More Than Double,” New York Times, July 8, 2004 (includes updated BSA numbers: “Software manufacturers lost $29 billion to piracy in 2003, more than double the previous year’s losses ...” “About 36 percent of software installations worldwide are of pirated copies. Vietnam and China had the highest rates, with pirated versions accounting for 92 percent of all computer software installed in each country. Next were Ukraine, with 91 percent; Indonesia, at 88 percent; and Zimbabwe and Russia, with 87 percent each. By region, about 53 percent of software applications on computers in the Asia/Pacific region were pirated in 2003, compared with 70 percent in Eastern Europe, 63 percent in Latin America, 55 percent in the Middle East, 36 percent in Western Europe and 23 percent in North America”).

123–24 [Medicines/general] Trish Saywell and Joan McManus, “What’s in That Pill?” Far Eastern Economic Review, February 21, 2002, pp. 34–37; “Medicine: Fighting Back,” ibid., pp. 38–40.

123 [China] Peter S. Goodman, “China’s Killer Headache: Fake Pharmaceuticals,” Washington Post, August 30, 2002, p. A1.

123 [WHO estimate] Frances Williams, “WHO Launches Drive to Stamp Out Fake Drugs,” Financial Times, November 12, 2003, p. 14.

124 [2002 case] “Five Companies, Seven People Charged with Making, Selling Fake Viagra,” Associated Press, May 17, 2002.

124 [Batch of 1,800] Claire Innes, “Regulators and Drug Companies Fight Rising Tide of Counterfeit Products,” World Markets Research Center, February 15, 2002.

Branching Out on All Sides

125 [Los Angeles bust] “Major Counterfeiting Ring Broken,” Los Angeles Police Department, press release, September 12, 2003.

125 [New York bust] William Glaberson, “6 Are Charged with Selling Millions of Counterfeit Marlboros,” New York Times, February 13, 2003, p. B3.

126 [PLA] “No More Business as Usual,” Asiaweek, December 6, 2000.

126 [Sony/China prisons] “Sony Uncovers Piracy of PlayStation Game Consoles in Chinese Prison—Report,” Financial Times, December 22, 2004; [China generally] Fishman, “Manufaketure.”

126 [Malaysian officials threatened] U.S. Congress. House. Subcommittee on Courts, the Internet, and Intellectual Property, International Copyright Piracy: Links To Organized Crime and Terrorism, testimony of Jack Valenti, March 13, 2003.

126–27 [Spanish CD counterfeiting networks] Pedro Farre, “Mafias y Pirateria Cultural,” Foreign Policy (Edicion Espanola), December 2004–January 2005, p.

63.
127–28 [Terrorist connections] “The Links between Intellectual Property Crime and Terrorist Financing,” testimony of Ronald K. Noble, secretary-general of Interpol, before the House Committee on International Relations, 108th Congress, July 16, 2003; “Al-Qa’idah Trading in Fake Branded Goods,” BBC Monitoring Reports, September 11, 2002; “Militants Turn To Crime to Fund Terrorism,” Associated Press, August 12, 2004; Roslyn A. Mazer, “From T-Shirts To Terrorism,” Washington Post, September 30, 2001.

A Battle of Titans

128 [United States] “A Primer on Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights and Trade Secrets,” Olive and Olive, P.A., 2003, online at http://www.oliveand olive.com/primer.htm; “Twelve Arrested for the Manufacture and Distribution of Counterfeit Microsoft Software,” Microsoft PressPass, February 14, 2000, online at: http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2000/Feb00/LosAngRaidsPR.asp.

128 [Fines for offenses] [China] Jonathan C. Spierer, “Intellectual Property in China: Prospectus for New Market Entrants,” Harvard Asia Quarterly, summer 1999, online at http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~asiactr/haq/199903/9903a010.htm

128 [Malaysia] American Malaysian Camber of Commerce, “Position Papers: Review of Holograms—FMCG Products,” online at: http://www.amcham.com.my/ action/position/position_hologramFMGCNov’04.htm

128 [Global rules] “Patent Law: Going Global,” The Economist, June 17, 2000; Frances Williams, “Copyright Protection Reinforced,” Financial Times, March 7, 2002, p. 12; Paul Meller, “Europe Moves to Strengthen Piracy Laws,” New York Times, March 10, 2004, p. W3.

128–29 [TRIPS/WTO-driven reform] “China and Japan to Tackle Product Piracy,” Financial Times, April 5, 2002; “U.S. Imposes CD Piracy Sanctions on Ukraine,” Financial Times, December 21, 2001.

129 [Brussels conference] “Combatting Counterfeiting,” First Global Congress on Counterfeiting, Brussels, May 2004. Online at http://www.anti-counterfeit congress.org/wco2004/website.asp?page=home

129 [Business enforcement] Stryker McGuire, Richard Ensberger Jr., and Tony Emerson, “Microsoft Cops,” Newsweek, April 9, 2001, p. 20.

129 [Indian companies] “New Frontiers: Indian Companies Are Moving to Shed Their Copycat Image by Investing in Basic Research,” Far Eastern Economic Review, July 20, 2000.

129 [China IP scholar] “Beijing Group Prosecuted for Book Piracy,” Financial Times, January 14, 2005.