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Cross-border E-commerce Intellectual Property

When cross-border e-commerce enters the U.S. market, it faces a series of intellectual property challenges. This includes unintentional or intentional trademark infringement issues, as well as selling products that infringe copyright laws, such as counterfeit branded goods and unauthorized music or movies. Additionally, patent infringement is also a common issue, especially when cross-border sellers have insufficient understanding of U.S. patent laws. The sale of counterfeit and inferior goods not only violates intellectual property laws but can also damage consumer trust and brand reputation. Due to cultural differences, language barriers, and unfamiliarity with U.S. laws, these e-commerce entities may unknowingly violate relevant laws. These challenges highlight the importance of intellectual property protection and legal compliance for cross-border e-commerce operating in the global market, especially in the U.S. market.

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