SPOTLIGHT: Engineers charged with $190M WiBro espionage


Four South Korean engineers have been charged with espionage for allegedly trying to sell mobile broadband technology to a company in the U.S. in a $190 million deal. The technology for sale included "technical memos" that had a technical analysis of WiBro's development as well as WiBro base station cards, which determine the performance of the base stations. Article

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