Georgia Law of Trade Secrets and Confidential Information
While it has become almost trite to say, we are indeed living in an information age. Information today is being created faster and disseminated more widely than ever before. It is virtually impossible to read a newspaper or magazine without finding some reference to the Internet and its World Wide Web. This paper will address the protection afforded information under Georgia law.
The value of information generally is derived from the knowledge it provides, not the physical form in which it is embodied. Unlike most tangible property, information can be appropriated from one who has it without depriving that person of its possession. Therefore, this paper will focus primarily on information as an intangible, without regard to the physical form in which it is recorded.
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