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September 24, 2006
Dominican Republic News
SANTO DOMINGO.- A hidden microphone found recently in an office of an
well-known executive has prompted unease among important business
leaders who fear that it=C2=92s use is for industrial espionage.
The news of the detection of the equipment, a small hi-tech wireless
microphone which allows listening in on far off sounds has been
disclosed among high level executives of different business areas.
As a result of becoming aware of the case, executives who handle
intelligence and strategic data have undertook exhaustive sweeps of
their offices and other areas and salons where work meetings are held
A source told the newspaper El Caribe that the revisions must be
conducted in an extreme and meticulously manner, and because of the
microphones=C2=92 diminutive size, are placed where they can be confused as a
part of the lighting fixtures and other objects, going unnoticed.
The interest provoked by the finding led some companies to conduct the
extesnsive sweeps which include the ventilation and AC ductworks.
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