That statute deals with trade secrets. But if you steal you can be charged with a crime. Depending on how you steal them you could be charged with other crimes like burglary, robbery, etc.
I doubt interview questions qualify as a trade secret, unless the nature of the questions are so unique and probing in relation to the very particular interviewees involved that the company that developed the questions stands alone in its interviewing model in selecting the best employees. But that seems ridiculous.
Are questions property that can be "stolen"? Or are they mere words and sentences with no intrinsic value? Probably the latter. Are these questions part of a packaged product, that is marketed and sold to others who purchase them in order to conduct interviews, and are not otherwise publicly available unless purchased? Then, theft of these specialized questions packaged as a product for sale would qualify as something which has a value and is capable of being stolen, the theft of which causes economic hard to the owner.
Otherwise, if you're at work and find a list of questions on your employer's computer and decide to print them out for future use or to give to others, but the questions are not themselves part of a product sold by your employer or otherwise utilized as the basis of their business (e.g., they are a head hunting business with a proprietary system for screening applicants and those questions form an integral part of that business model) then I do not see a theft relating to the questions.
If you accessed a secure database to obtain the questions without authorization, that may be a crime. If you used printer paper that did not belong to you to print out the questions, or took a pre-printed set of questions without right to them, then you may be guilty of theft of the paper the words were printed upon.
the factual basis of your question is really to limited to answer all the possibilities. Seems like a stretch to make use of mere questions a basis for a crime. I also cannot understand why you categorized this question as a sex crime, as there is nothing in your post relating to such a category.
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