Wilmington, DE, June 16, 2020 –(PR.com)– Industries are often targeted for corporate espionage. The legal cannabis industry is often surveilled at an alarmingly excessive rate by its competitors. KryptAll® can be used to keep your calls private with proven state-of-the-art encrypted calls all without calling records.
An audio recording of a very private phone conversation was published between two people in the Alaskan marijuana industry. It surfaced on YouTube. The YouTuber’s handle was “Bobb Dogg” and is apparently the manager of one of Anchorage’s largest cannabis stores.
In this intercepted phone call, it was revealed that a company sold a substantial amount of potentially moldy marijuana, perhaps even 100 pounds. In addition, the call expressed that the psychoactive level of THC in their CBD oil was high instead of the legal low limits.
This private call was on regular phones and now it is published and could be used to incriminate the store and owner.
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