Apple’s vice president of global security, former FBI agent John Theriault, has reportedly retired from the company. According to Reuters, Theriault retired from Apple for an unspecified reason, but speculation is strong that it may be related to the company’s conduct in tracking down a missing iPhone prototype – a project that …
Oh wow, oh wow, oh wow
If only the guy would not settle so we get the real story
Saying that im guessing the police need to investigate this for corruption purposes
Rules don't apply to those that enforce the rules
Unless someone has the tenacity to make them stick.
I hope Apple tells him to shove off... "settlement", puh.
You assume that
Calderon is offering the settlement as opposed to crapple trying to get him to settle for a lucrative gag order which I would deem far more likely.
Did money change hands, was it sanctioned by those above?
Will Apple form a private police force, will they sponsor police department vehicles?
Will suspects be read their Apple rights on arrest?
Many American corporations already have their own private police force -- with their own cars.
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