Chinese, Taiwanese companies charged with stealing U.S. computer memory secrets
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says the defendants, in convicted, face up to 15 years in prison and millions in fines for attempting to steal trade secrets from Micron, an Idaho-based firm that controls up to a quarter of the random access memory industry.
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