Consider the following two court cases involving Motorola’s claimed trade secrets:

The first is the criminal espionage prosecution of software engineer Hanjuan Jin. When she quit her job at Motorola, Inc.’s offices outside Chicago in 2007, Jin took with her two bags full of confidential company documents, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. She then tried to board a plane for her native China with more than 1,000 Motorola documents and a one-way ticket in hand. Had U.S. Customs agents at O’Hare Airport not stopped her, Jin would have sold Motorola’s trade secrets to a Chinese rival, prosecutors allege. At press time a federal district court judge was mulling a verdict. Jin, a naturalized U.S. citizen, maintains her innocence.

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