Password protection not enough to protect trade secrets

Friday, 15 April 2005, 5:17 AM EST

In the case of Liebert Corp. v. Mazur, the Illinois Court of Appeals has held that customer lists stored online in password protected directories were not entitled to trade secret protection where employer did not adequately make employees aware of the lists' confidential nature.

By Evan D. Brown at Internet Cases.

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