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These kinds of attacks have been used in sophisticated espionage campaigns aimed at cloning websites to trick victims into handing over their passwords, which hackers use to get access to company networks to steal information.
Blake spent nearly a decade leading a double life before he was arrested, tried and sentenced to 42 years in prison for espionage.
I would push back a little bit on the use of the term corporate espionage as opposed to competitive intelligence.
In June 2018 a jury finds him guilty of espionage, and he is later sentenced to 20 years in prison.
The move marks an escalation of regulatory involvement in the espionage charges, which also triggered probes by Swiss prosecutors.
Espionage we can still command—the best, perhaps, in Europe—because here we use a different class of material.
THE DOUBLE FOURE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
By its construction, the cell of Bezenecq the Rich gave special facilities for such espionage.
By this means he not only kept his senses keyed to a high point, but made his espionage nearer perfect than his friend had done.
TWO BOYS IN WYOMINGEDWARD S. ELLIS
He will see a whole civil service turned into a bureau of information, a department of espionage.
The custom of espionage has made him suspect that others are as watchful as himself.
AMERICAN SKETCHESCHARLES WHIBLEY

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