Common Forms Of Theft Of Trade Secrets
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Common Forms Of Theft Of Trade Secrets

When encountering trade secret infringement, how should the investigation and evidence of the relevant trade secret infringement evidence be conducted? In the years of successful investigation of commercial secret disclosure cases, RedStar has summarized the following common stolen business secrets:

1. Stealing business secrets from computer software; Internal personnel copying, buying and selling information; Improper confidentiality measures;

2. The flow of people (such as job-hopping) leads to the removal of trade secrets; Recruitment of leavers or retirees to obtain business secrets; The company's secret was stolen due to lax recruitment control; The lawbreakers infiltrate the company and steal technology; people walking secrets also follow; hoping to take away technical secrets ;

3. Employees can't resist the temptation of money or pornography to disclose economic information; Using signing preferential contracts as bait to get information;

4. To bribe or hire others to bribe the internal staff of a competitive enterprise; Bribe others to open private or confidential letters; Buying garbage collectors to collect industrial garbage from competing enterprises; Hiring children

5. Eavesdropping; Using communication networks and high-tech means to obtain secrets;

6. Threatening others with their family safety or private information;

7. Dipping the secret solution on the clothes and take it back for a test; Stealing under the cover;

8. To engage in a joint venture and cooperation scams and send internal personnel to steal secrets; Stealing technical secrets in the name of technical cooperation; Getting competitors' information by soliciting advertising ideas;

9. Visiting activities, in the name of technical cooperation, to collect information through investigation and visit opportunities;

10. Divulging secrets through international academic activities through academic exchanges; Disclosing trade secrets without authorization in violation of confidentiality agreement;

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