Homeland Security Measure Protects Trade Secrets

Congress approves fines and prison sentences for persons who disclose critical infrastructure information that businesses want kept secret. The provision is part of the newly passed Homeland Security Act. Sen. Robert Bennett (R-UT) speaks with NPR's Bob Edwards.

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