A federal judge in New York has issued a preliminary injunction and has frozen the assets of 135 Chinese defendants who were allegedly selling on sites such as Amazon counterfeit goods similar to the Negg boiled-egg peeler.

The order by U.S. District Judge Gregory Woods of the Southern District of New York means those who attempt to disobey the preliminary injunction could lose their storefront presence on the online sites, which also include eBay, Alibaba and Ali Express.

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