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Why You Should Be Worried About Tech's Love Affair With NDAs

Why You Should Be Worried About Tech's Love Affair With NDAs

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According to Orly Lobel, a University of San Diego law professor who studies the agreements, NDAs became common in the 1970s as a way for tech firms to protect trade secrets, and that remains their main stated objective. Since then, however, they’ve morphed into an all-purpose cudgel to control employees and suppress criticism.

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