Apple has filed a lawsuit against a chip maker for alleged trade fraud

Apple has accused another company of stealing its trade secrets. According to a complaint filed Friday, Rivos, the start of a “suspicious situation” based in Mountain View, California, led to a recent “collecting campaign” to charge employees from sharing Apple’s design. According to Reuters, which was the first to report on the lawsuit, Apple said at least two employees already received gigabytes of confidential data with them to Rivos. Appearances describing unreleased figures are among the information allegedly leaked by those individuals, according to Bloomberg.

“Apple has reason to believe that Rivos ordered at least some Apple employees to download and install applications for encrypted communications (e.g., signal processing) before talking to them further, “The company said in a statement:” We have reached out to Apple for comment.

If the case goes ahead, it is likely to draw a significant amount of attention, as Waymo sued Uber for stealing confidential information about personal driving technology made in 2017. After years of litigation, the case ended with Uber agreeing to settle for $ 245 million, and with Supreme Court Justice Anthony Levandowski, engineer at the center of controversy, to 18 months in prison before President Donald Trump already issues an amnesty.

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