SAO PAULO – Computer hackers broke into Ford Brazil Ltda.'s computer system, stealing plans outlining a new car that is headed for Brazil. The theft includes photographs of the prototype model, documents regarding the design of the new vehicle, production data and the company's analysis of the market. Ford Brazil President Antonio Maciel Neto says the costs of the information leaking may be immeasurable. “Various strictly confidential documents, which, if disclosed, will certainly ...
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