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Counterfeiting of electronics moves online

5/20/2009 03:00 PM EDT
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John P. Brown
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re: Counterfeiting of electronics moves online
John P. Brown   6/18/2009 3:54:28 PM
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When companies have shortages, they must turn to the gray market to find parts. The fakes are too sophisticated for brokers to detect so supply chain pedigree becomes crucial - if you don't know where these parts have come from, you can't know if they are trustworthy.

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J. D.   5/20/2009 8:50:00 PM
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As more & more of U.S. Industries get "out-sourced" (get sent overseas) ... this could become a growing problem possibly up to and including the Military Systems (???). Could be a "negative benefit" to the U.S. as a result of Out-Sourcing and Globalization. Wonderful.

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