Apple Warns Employees to Stop Leaking Information, the last year was one of the biggest apple products leak, Apple held a confidential meeting with employees in another attempt to stop leaks special for iPhones. Since then, publications, including Bloomberg News, published details about the iPhone X, a new Apple TV video-streaming box, a new Apple Watch with LTE, the company’s upcoming augmented-reality headset, new iPad models, software enhancements, and details about the upcoming iPhones and AirPods headphones.
The impact of a leak goes far beyond the people who work on a project.
Apple has had 12 people arrested for leaks, it says in a leaked memo
Apple Warns Employees to Stop Leaking Information
Here’s the memo:
Last month, Apple caught and fired the employee responsible for leaking details from an internal, confidential meeting about Apple’s software roadmap. Hundreds of software engineers were in attendance, and thousands more within the organization received details of its proceedings. One person betrayed their trust. Apple has had 12 people arrested for leaks, it says in a leaked memo.
The employee who leaked the meeting to a reporter later told Apple investigators that he did it because he thought he wouldn’t be discovered. But people who leak — whether they’re Apple employees, contractors or suppliers — do get caught and they’re getting caught faster than ever.