Some articles on economic, espionage, economic espionage:
... Porteous raises the question is commercially oriented, economic/scientific/technical espionage efficient? He observes that some claim intelligence obtained through economic espionage would be "tacti ... who at the same time argue for or accept the need for government to defend against economic espionage engaged in by other governments ... It is difficult to support these points simultaneously if economic espionage is "tactically useless", it is similarly useless to foreign governments that practice it, and thus need ...
... Most prosecutions under the Economic Espionage Act have been for violation of Section 1832, Trade Secret Theft ... After an August, 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 ... contractor and trying to sell it to the Chinese military." The first to be convicted of Economic Espionage (Section 1831), Meng admitted "illegally obtaining a ...
Famous quotes containing the words espionage and/or economic:
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