Writing for Bloomberg Mark Gurman reports a leaked Apple memo that warns employees to stop leaks of information. It mentis potential lawsuits and criminal charges, making it a more aggressive move towards information ctrol.
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Apple Memo Leak
doubly iric that a note leaks would leak, and Mark Gurman, a remarkable "leak reporter", would point that out. The note reads in part,
Last mth, Apple caught and sent back the employee respsible for the details of an internal and cfidential meeting the roadmap of Apple's software … fleeing people – whether they're employees, ctractors or suppliers Apple – get caught and they get caught faster than ever … Although it may seem flattering to be approached [19459020itisimportanttorememberthatyouareplayinggames
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Apple says that it has already caught 29 fugitives last year, of which 12 were arrested ….