A revealed Apple note reveals that last year, the company identified 29 leaks in its ranks, of which 12 were arrested . The memo warns that the employee who leaked this information has "everything to lose".
There is obviously a wderful iry to leaking a memo about a leak, but it also gives an idea of the seriousness with which Apple takes the thing. The company is notoriously secretive about its upcoming products, and ready to go to great lengths to make sure that the information will not come out early (though – in a secd dose of delightful iry – the FCC has just "divulged" images of a still unpublished iPhone X.)
Apple issues a stern warning to its employees, saying simply "Fleeing people – whether they are employees, ctractors or suppliers of Apple – get caught," before adding "and they get caught faster than ever".
The memo also reveals …