Subject: Re: Apple fires iPhone X engineer after idiot "LOOK @ME!" daughter'shands-on video goes viral
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Subject: Re: Apple fires iPhone X engineer after idiot "LOOK @ME!" daughters
hands-on video goes viral
Date: Wed, 8 Nov 2017 11:35:07 -0500
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On 11/8/2017 6:43 AM, Scott Schuckert wrote:
> In article<slrnp04s9o.rjv.g.kreme@snow.local>, Lewis
><> wrote:
>> No, there is no sense of compassion for someone who stupidly violated
>> about 50 different rules that Apple specifically and repeatedly tells
>> employees about.
>> Even letting his daughter *use* his phone could easily have resulted in
>> his being fired.
>> This is not a mystery. People who have never worked at Apple know about
>> these rules. Employees were reminded of these rules after the iPhone
>> announcement.
> Back in the 90's, I worked for Apple and was periodically "reminded" by
> Apple lawyers about my non-disclosure obligations.... Yeah. There was
> no question about it.

I did beta testing for MS, and was continually reminded of my NDA. They 
were absolutely right.