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Appeared in: Volume 10, Number 3
Published on: December 10, 2014
Opacities
The New Industrial Espionage

The information revolution has rendered obsolete the legacy legal regime on intellectual property rights, enabling spying for commercial purposes to morph into a strategic issue.

Joel Brenner is a lawyer and security consultant and the Robert Wilhelm Fellow for 2014–15 in the Center for International Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the former national counterintelligence executive and former inspector general and senior counsel of the National Security Agency.
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