Apple's internal presentation about its fight to stop leakers was, wait for it, leaked

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Apple reportedly uses an intensely secretive corporate culture, a screening system more thorough than the TSA’s, and a crack team of investigators with ties to the FBI and NSA to prevent leaks about its products from getting out.

Still, some secrets slip out, which is exactly how we know about these extreme measures. 

A recording of an internal briefing about Apple’s efforts, aptly named “Stopping Leakers: Keeping Confidential at Apple,” was itself leaked to The Outline earlier this month. 

The hour-long presentation, which was reportedly given to about 100 employees, revealed new details about the programs Apple has put in place to discourage its employees from sharing confidential information with the outside world.    Read more…

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