In order to guard against industrial espionage, German chemical company said on Monday that their managers have begun keeping their mobile phones in biscuit tins during meeting. According to Alexandra Boy, spokeswoman for Essen-based specialty chemical maker Evonik, “Experts have told us that mobile phones are being eavesdropped on more and more, even when they are switched off.” “The measure applies mostly when sensitive issues are being discussed, for the most part in research and development,”... → Continue reading