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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