Apple reportedly warned employees in an internal memo that it "caught 29 leakers" a year ago and that 12 were arrested, adding that workers who disclose information to the media have "everything to lose".
Earlier this year, we all had a good laugh when a memo from Snapchat parent Snap leaked.
It's not often we get a look at an unreleased Apple product, but a recent FCC filling revealed a variant of the iPhone X that was never made official. Hundreds of software engineers were in attendance. 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. Such warnings could make Apple workers more afraid of whistleblowing, an analyst warns, while a fired Google employee's lawyer says the line is blurring between permitted conversations (about poor working conditions, say) and illegal leaks.
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Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
According to Bloomberg, the lengthy memo disclosed that a year ago in 2017, 29 leakers were caught out of which 12 were arrested. They also state that once a leaker is fired, Apple will try hard to make finding employment elsewhere almost impossible. It notes that Apple caught 29 leakers in 2017, including employees, contractors, and partners in its supply chain.
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Apple on its memo also mentioned that the leaked information about a new product can negatively impact sales of the current products. Apple's Global Security team employs investigators who have previously worked in the USA military, US intelligence agencies like the National Security Agency, and law enforcement agencies like the Secret Service and the F.B.I.
The claims came after Apple had allegedly sent a letter to senior figures in the music industry last month. 12 of them were arrested. He fortifies, "The best way to honor those contributions is by not leaking".
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