During the mid-1960s, George Fredrics worked for Continental Telephone Supply, a pioneer in the field of electronic surveillance devices. George brought his wartime experience as a US Army Intelligence Officer to bear in helping companies and other organizations and individuals to fight corruption and injustice by providing tools for them to learn about improprieties committed by companies (i.e. corporate espionage), by employers against employees, by employees against employers, and by others who shared the common link of engaging in difficult-to-detect untoward practices.
A sample lecture on electronic surveillance by George Fredrics
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November 11, 2006 ,
by Howard Fredrics