Posting Corporate Information Can Violate Trade Secret Law

The posting of corporate information may pose the risk of being liable for trade secret dissemination. The posting of this trade secret information can destroy its status as a trade secret, because the material will not longer be “secret.” Cases involving the posting of this confidential information on the Internet has long raised legal implications in the Internet age.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

Does the fact that this website is charging for access to these alleged trade secrets pose problems?
Is the publication of these documents protected by the First Amendment?
What can companies do to protect trade secrets?
How can a company enforce its trade secret rights?


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