Antechinus: Case Study Corporate Spying on Activists — Asbestos

Commercial Intelligence

How A Corporate Spy For A Kazakhstan Company Infiltrated The Global Anti-Asbestos Network

A Kazakhstan company hired an American intelligence firm in London to spy on the global anti-asbestos movement. They did it with a man who posed as a journalist and pretended to make a film about the evils of the asbestos industry. The spy – Robert Moore – got away with it for four years, until he was exposed last year.


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