November 24, 2020

Apple security chief allegedly tried to bribe police with iPads

San Francisco (AFP) – Apple’s global security director has been charged with bribery for allegedly offering hundreds of iPads to Californian law enforcement officers in exchange for weapons permits for company employees.¬†Chief Security Officer Thomas Moyer promised to give the Santa Clara County sheriff’s office 200 iPads, worth about $70,000, in exchange for concealed weapons permits (CCW), the county’s district attorney alleged in a statement Monday.The proposed deal was abandoned at the last minute.An undersheriff and a captain, Rick Sung and James Jensen, were also charged for having sough…


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