When A Rival's Trade Secret Crosses Your Desk...Kevin Kelly
Imagine that a greedy, disgruntled employee mails top-secret new-product samples to your competitors and offers to help them unravel your ground-breaking technology for a small fee. The competitors, desperate to understand the secrets that they fear will make the new products unbeatable, wonder what to do. Should they return the samples to the company? Or analyze their properties and break the code?
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