In the brave new world of the globalization of everything, where things are designed in the United States for African consumers, then produced in China, issues of copyright become very...

In the brave new world of the globalization of everything, where things are designed in the United States for African consumers, then produced in China, issues of copyright become very personal. 

Core77 forum user, slippyfish, calls out a Spanish company called Orbea who seems to have been stealing the designs from US bike firm Kestrel, possibly through the factory which produces frames for both companies.  This basically amounts to identity theft among designers.  Perhaps not to the level which this woman was victimized and vindicated though.

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