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Computer Industrial Espionage #290328

CBS Evening News for Monday, May 16, 1983
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(Studio) Computer industry's income in United States last year noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Anaheim, California) Intense competition in United States computer industry examined. [Intel Corp. spokesperson John LOMBARDI - notes inability to keep secrets.] [US customs spokesperson Hal DIAZ - anticipates high tech spies.] FBI videotape of Japanese businessmen trying to purchase IBM secrets shown; United States customs' Operation Exodus, to keep secrets from USSR , discussed. 1981 Polish spy Martin Zacharski recalled; shown; details given. [Mgt. Sci. American spokesperson John INLAY, United States attorney William FAHEY - comment on USSR industry espionage efforts.] Amt. estimate lost to foreign spies and competitors in south California's high tech industry mentioned.
REPORTER: Meredith Vieira

(Studio) "The Japanning of America" series announced.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Rather, Dan;
Vieira, Meredith

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