In leaked email, Tim Cook says leakers 'do not belong' at Apple

In leaked email, Tim Cook says leakers 'do not belong' at Apple
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Apple is looking for the employees who leaked company details, according to a leaked email the company's chief executive officer sent to employees.

CEO Tim Cook wrote in an email to Apple employees on Tuesday that the company will crack down on leaks of private conversations that unvaccinated employees would be required to get tested frequently.

"As you know, we do not tolerate disclosures of confidential information, whether it’s product IP or the details of a confidential meeting," Cook's email read, according to the Verge. "We know that the leakers constitute a small number of people. We also know that people who leak confidential information do not belong here."

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Cook's email said the company is doing "everything in our power to identify those who leaked" the details of the Sept. 17 meeting and noted that "people who leak confidential information do not belong" at Apple.

The meeting also reviewed the recent Epic Games v. Apple lawsuit, which Apple declared a “resounding victory” despite the forced change to their App Store policies. Cook said during the meeting he was “looking forward to moving forward” after the antitrust case, according to the outlet.

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The company released several new products on Sept. 20, including iOS 15, the iPadOS 15, and the watchOS 8. Apple is also working toward other advancements, such as phone features to detect depression and cognitive decline.

Apple did not immediately respond to the Washington Examiner's request for comment.

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