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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Internet sales increase

We carried out the "Cyber Monday" in which thousands of businesses put their bids online.

The average spending per buyer on the Internet was $ 194 dollars.

'Cyber Monday' is regarded as the big day discount online in the United States is following the 'black Friday' rebate, which came a day after the Thanksgiving celebration. Internet sales made during the traditional 'Cyber Monday' 19.4% exceeded those of 2009, according to a study published by the specialized firm Coremetrics . The study also highlighted the increase in purchases from mobile devices, 3.9% of those consulted online shopping sites did so from a mobile phone. However, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement United, carried out an operation that same day on which closed 82 Internet domains for selling fake from China. Attorney General Eric Holder, also announced that five websites that were engaged illegal downloading of music and movies were closed.

Holder described the police action as "an important step" to protect "the interests of consumers" and defending "intellectual property rights of innovators."

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