Burner Phones, Bug Sweeps: How Companies Cope with IP Theft in China

The Wall Street Journal

16 Mar 2018

In this Wall Street Journal article, “Burner Phones, Bug Sweeps: How Companies Cope with IP Theft in China,” Morrison & Foerster partner Paul McKenzie was quoted on how international firms licensing software to Chinese enterprises attempt to reduce IP theft risks when doing technology transfers.

Mr. McKenzie said, "Firms that license software to Chinese enterprises sometimes seek to thwart theft by having it installed on servers with restricted access.”

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