If you go to a site like Choice Kicks, or other sites that sell fake designer items on the internet, you find language like this in their disclaimers: Disclaimer: If you are affiliated with or working for Adidas, Manolo Blahnik, Converse, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Burberry, Hermes, Prada, Air Jordan, Nike, Timberland, Gucci, Cartier, Mitchell and Ness either directly or indirectly, or any other related group, or were formally a worker, you CANNOT enter these web pages, links, nor access any of its files and you cannot view any of the HTML files. If in fact you are affiliated or were affiliated with the above said companies, by entering this site you are not agreeing to these terms and you are violating code 431.322.12 of the Internet Privacy Act signed by Bill Clinton in 1995 and that means that you CANNOT threaten our ISP(s) or any person(s) or company storing these files, and cannot prosecute any person(s) affiliated with this website. By continuing to enter this site, you are expressly and implied agreeing to all terms as stated above, and affirm that you are in compliance with all federal, state and local laws concerning the content of this site. Also, Choicekicks is in no way affiliated with, representing, associated or sponsored by Adidas, Air Jordan, Burberry, Chanel, Converse, Gucci, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Manolo Blahnik, Nike, Prada, Timberland, or any other above mentioned name brands of their products. We do not represent our replica products to be original nor do we represent that they are exact copies, therefore, they do not violate any copyright laws. We simply ask consumers to compare quality and price of the above mentioned name brands to ours. Any reference to brand names or "compare to" are made strictly for comparison and to encourage consumers to immediately go buy the real product after comparing. Note: Any purchase(s) made by you indicates that you have agreed with this disclaimer. To enter/purchase from these web pages and links, you must agree to the terms of agreement (displayed above). Why did Bill Clinton sign legislation that permits people to rip people off over the internet? I don't get it.