Some articles on economic espionage act, act, espionage act, economic espionage:
... The act makes the theft or misappropriation of a trade secret a federal crime ... Unlike the Espionage Act of 1917, which is governed by Title 18 U.S ... The Act authorizes civil proceedings by the Department of Justice to enjoin violations of the Act, but does not create a private cause of action ...
... Most prosecutions under the Economic Espionage Act have been for violation of Section 1832, Trade Secret Theft. 2007 plea of guilt for (one count) of violating the Economic Espionage Act and one count of violating the Arms Export Control Act, San Jose U.S ... to sell it to the Chinese military." The first to be convicted of Economic Espionage (Section 1831), Meng admitted "illegally obtaining a program used ...
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