Bluebird, a fake Bluetooth factory, gets raided by SIG force

The problem of finding "Bluetooth" devices in shops which turn out not to be genuine was highlighted a couple of years ago, by Ezurio (then TDK) - but the Bluetooth SIG has decided that "pressure on retailers" isn't enough.

In a daring commando raid, the Special Interest Group has struck direct at a factory.

"The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) announced a successful raid against a factory in Shenzhen suspected of infringing upon the Bluetooth SIG's registered trademarks by manufacturing Bluetooth products bearing the Bluetooth trademark and logo without the authority of the mark owner, Bluetooth SIG, and without going through the Bluetooth Qualification Program," the SIG announced.

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