Apple employees warned and arrested for leaking information, reveals a leaked memo

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In one of the most strict measures taken by Apple Inc, which is the world’s largest technology company, its employees were warned to stop leaking information to contractors and supply chain partners. Also, while Apple found 29 leakers in its organization, 12 of them were arrested for leaking details about the company’s future plans as well as activities.
In one of the most strict measures taken by Apple Inc, which is the world’s largest technology company, its employees were warned to stop leaking information to contractors and supply chain partners. Also, while Apple found 29 leakers in its organization, 12 of them were arrested for leaking details about the company’s future plans as well as activities, a report has stated. Recently a memo was leaked which revealed that Apple employees have been made clear that in such situations, they will be fired and a legal action will be taken against them when possible while there also being blacklisted from other companies.According to a report by Bloomberg, the memo was in reference to the 9to5Mac as well as the iOS 11 GM leaks which were seen last year and revealed the iPhone X name along with its features, Animoji, followed by the cellular Apple Watch Series 3 leak which happened ahead of Apple’s event. In the leaked memo, it was stated that all Apple employees who were involved in the leak of pre-release iOS details were caught and fire within days while others who were responsible for sharing product details before the launches were also caught.Here is what the leaked Apple memo states:“Just before last September’s special event, an employee leaked a link to the gold master of iOS 11 to the press, again believing he wouldn’t be caught. The unreleased OS detailed soon-to-be-announced software and hardware including iPhone X. Within days, the leaker was identified through an internal investigation and fired. Global Security’s digital forensics also helped catch several employees who were feeding confidential details about new products including iPhone X, iPad Pro and AirPods to a blogger at 9to5Mac.”

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