Apple Urging Employees to Stop Leaking Info to the Press

Apple Urging Employees to Stop Leaking Info to the Press

Apple Urging Employees to Stop Leaking Info to the Press

The lengthy memo marks the smartphone maker's most aggressive push to control information about its activities, as leaks can make or break its share price on any given day.

Apple is also upset about a leak concerning a software package affecting the iPhone X and incoming Apple Watch that has not been even released. Last year, the company caught 29 employees who were leakers, with 12 of them arrested.

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In a leaked memo, Apple Inc its urging its employees to stop leaking information on its future plans to the press. The memo says that last month, Apple caught and fired an employee responsible for leaking details from an internal, confidential meeting about Apple's software roadmap. According to a recently leaked document Apple caught almost 30 people leaking internal information, which resulted in 12 people being arrested.

"These people not only lose their jobs, they can face extreme difficulty finding employment elsewhere", Apple cautioned. (NASDAQ:AAPL) rumor mill today is news of how the company handles employees that leak information. The memo acts as a warning to employees about the dangers of leaking information and how it can negatively affect their experience in the tech industry.

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Some people may be wondering what the big deal is when information about new Apple hardware or software get leaked to the media. A few weeks from now, the law enforcement will have millions of dollars in small, portable boxes as Apple will have patched them out.

Apple product marketing executive Greg Joswiak told workers that the company's goal is to convince customers that the new products are great. In recent months, the DOJ and Federal Bureau of Investigation have been reviewing applications that would compel tech companies like Apple to provide backdoor access into smartphones and other electronics, thus guaranteeing access over a period of time.

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