Consultant Provided Corning Glass Secrets To Taiwanese Rival

A California man has admitted conspiring to steal highly valuable flat-panel-glass blueprints from Corning Incorporated and turn them over to a rival business in Taiwan.

Sixty-seven-year-old Yeong Lin of Fountain Valley, California could get up to five years in prison after pleading guilty to a federal charge of theft of trade secrets.

Jonathan Sanders, who worked at the Corning glassmaking plant in Harrodsburg, pleaded guilty last year and drew a four-year sentence and a 20,000 dollar fine

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