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The Secret of Industrial Espionage is that it Does Not Pay

Financial Times

27 Oct 2016

Morrison & Foerster Partner John P. Carlin spoke to the Financial Times, shedding light on a shifting trend in espionage cases. As Mr. Carlin notes, “we still do the traditional spy cases. But a lot of the cases now are not traditional espionage, insofar as they’re not necessarily a trained member of the other country’s spy service. Instead, they’re getting the information by cyberenabled means or stealing it by bribing an insider.”

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