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/ #counterfeitcrime | Counterfeit goods generate over $250 billion a year for criminal enterprises, and their purchase could be funding other more sinister organized criminal activities.
Not only do counterfeit goods raise several ethical concerns such as labour exploitation and environmental impact, but they could hurt you and impact on your own health. UNODC's new public service announcement -- 'Look Behind' -- invites you to consider the often unforeseen ethical consequences from the consumption of fake goods.
Visit www.unodc.org/counterfeit for the full campaign: 'Counterfeit: Don't buy into organized crime'