Canon Smells Blood in the Water, Shows Off Recent Counterfeit HP Toners Removed From Amazon.

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Date: Wednesday June 28, 2023 03:11:52 pm
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    TOKYO, June 28, 2023—Canon Inc. today announced the filing of infringement reports with seeking the removal of listings for certain toner cartridges. Canon’s infringement reports identified the product offerings shown in the table below and alleged that cartridges sold under these offerings infringe Canon’s U.S. Pat. No. 11,199,807. Canon requested that Amazon remove theses product offerings from

    Country Model Brand Identified on ASIN Seller ASIN*
    USA CF258X Aztech Chessmo B07ZYSPFDG
    INFITONER Toner_pop B0BBVT5P6B
    CF258A Cool Toner Epicartridges US B07ZTZMXSX
    CF289X VICTONER HomieTech B09NBVC7DD
    INK E-SALE Limito B07VRC529N
    CF226A TRUE IMAGE Toner forest B07QJWX6JL
    V4ink WST. INC B01E3Q33PK
    Amstech manifold rp B0B1TJKC5R
    LD Products LD Products B07TN2XTY3
    CF287A MYTONER Talent image B07W12K7WP
    • *Amazon Standard Identification Number

    At the time of this announcement, the product offerings listed above were no longer available on

    Canon engages in extensive research and development so that it can deliver innovative and valuable products to customers all over the world. Through its research and development efforts, Canon has obtained a large and robust portfolio of patents. In order to protect its many innovations, Canon enforces its patents against various toner cartridge designs that Canon believes infringe its patent rights.

    While Canon had previously filed infringement reports with based on Canon’s U.S. Patent Nos. 8,280,278; 8,630,564; 8,682,215; and 8,688,008 against compatible cartridges having the same relevant structure as genuine HP toner cartridge models CF226, CF258, CF287 and CF289, these latest reports were based on Canon’s U.S. Pat. No. 11,199,807, which covers alternative designs.

    Throughout the development, sales and marketing process, Canon respects the intellectual property of other companies and individuals and expects others to similarly respect Canon’s intellectual property rights.


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