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Stupid Case File for February 28, 2005

Don't Use Computers to Committ Crimes. Duh!

Man Accused of Transporting Trade Secrets
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) -- A San Jose man was indicted Monday on charges he illegally funneled proprietary property of a Silicon Valley semiconductor company to a competitor in Taiwan.
Shin-Guo Tsai, 35, is accused of e-mailing sensitive information from Volterra Semiconductors Inc., where he was an engineer at the Fremont, Calif., company, to CMSC Inc. of Taiwan.
A bail hearing is set for Thursday. He faces a maximum 10-year prison term if convicted, and a $250,000 fine. He is accused of the foreign transportation of stolen property. FBI agents arrested him Sunday night at his San Jose residence.
The data in question related to the "design of high-performance analog and mixed-signal power management semiconductors for the computing, storage, networking and consumer markets," the government said. The authorities said they found the data on Tsai's computer.


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