Corporate secrets disappear with a single mouse clickBattle between airlines shows technology has made corporate espionage easier than everBy Natalie C. MacDonald11/08/2004|CHRR, Guide to HR Technology|Last Updated: 11/08/2004 The Hollywood version of corporate espionage is pretty much dead. Dark-clothed crooks sneaking in and swiping information is a distant memory for most organizations.Proprietary information isn’t kept in a basement archive. It’s sitting in a data file, online, being accessed legitimately by employees around the world via the Internet. Confidential information can flow instantly, and knows no geographic or time-sensitive boundaries.Because of the Internet’s speed and accessibility, employers are increasingly threatened with the loss of key information, particularly with disloyal employees. Such is the case in the present $220-million lawsuit between Air Canada and WestJet. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.