According to foreign media reports, Amazon announced a lawsuit against more than a dozen Internet celebrities on Thursday local time. It is reported that these online celebrities use their influence to fake luxury goods on social media platforms such as tiktok, instagram and personal websites, and use Amazon business accounts to complete these transactions. According to the lawsuit, defendants Kelly Fitzpatrick and Sabrina Kelly krejci conspired with businesses to put together side by side photos of generic products and counterfeit luxury goods that can be found on Amazon. < / P > < p > from the pictures provided below, it can be seen that next to the slogan “order this”, there are ordinary goods that are falsely advertised on Amazon, and the slogan “get this” is next to fake luxury goods. < / P > < p > the defendants and their partners only publish photos of ordinary products directly on Amazon. Com, in order to bypass Amazon’s anti-counterfeiting measures. In addition, they also post videos on instagram, tiktok and personal websites to promote the high quality of their counterfeit luxury goods, and then send users to other e-commerce sites such as Amazon and dhgate to complete the transaction. < / P > < p > investigators on behalf of Amazon confirmed the scam by placing orders through these links and collecting counterfeit goods from advertisements. Court documents show examples of such items, including wallets, belts and sunglasses, which are imitations of well-known luxury brands such as Gucci and Dior. < p > < p > it is understood that Amazon’s current litigation requirements are to ensure that the defendant is prohibited from advertising, promoting and selling on Amazon, opening Amazon vendor, selling and associate accounts, aiding or abetting counterfeiters, paying damages, attorneys’ fees and other damages. It is said that “gta5” will be launched on Google cloud game platform stadia