[At-Large] Online sale of fake medicines and products targeted in INTERPOL operation

gbruen at knujon.com gbruen at knujon.com
Wed Jun 29 08:08:03 UTC 2016

All, I have remained mostly silent on this because I have been in the 
midst of ongoing research in this specific subject.

I will be discussing some of the issues today at our NARALO meeting here 
in Helsinki.

Yesterday at that joint ALAC/ICP meeting I forwarded a link to my 
student's research on online opioids:

There is much more to this that is not yet public.

On 6/13/16 10:51 PM, John R. Levine wrote:
>> Have a look at the Legitscript blog. Most of the large registrars 
>> work with Legitscript.
>> I’m sure John can comment in more detail.
> They don't publish a list, but it's pretty much every registrar you 
> ever heard of.
> The number of real online pharmacies is not large, so if you see one 
> not on their list, the chances are very high that it's completely 
> rogue. Most registrars have no problem turning off domains when 
> there's evidence of clear illegality.
> If you look at their blog, you can get some hints about who they're 
> unhappy with.  There's a top ten list but it hasn't been updated for 
> two years and is very out of date.
> R's,
> John

Garth Bruen
gbruen at knujon.com

Fisher College, Criminal Justice Division
ICANN At-Large Advisory Council
Author: WHOIS Running the Internet

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