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Louis Vuitton just won a less-than-desirable popularity contest: A whopping 90% off the 89 counterfeit designer websites seized in a FEDs sting operation had LV domain names. In other news, the name "Cyber Monday" got a way more appropriately badass application when the Feds named the effort "Project Cyber Monday." [WWD]