A slew of apps have cropped up touting the ability to diagnose any number of diseases over the past few years, and now thanks to the federal trade commission, at least two of them will have to stop. Because science isn't backing up any of it.
When animals have shiny feathers or fur, it's usually for some sort of visual display or communication. But what about fauna that lives underground?
John Theriault—vicepresident of Apple's Gestapoarian Global Security services—has "stepped down." Theriault was under the command of Bruce Sewell, who is Apple's General Counsel Senior Vicepresident. Sewell used to report directly to Steve Jobs.
The "Apple Gestapo" may be ruthless about hunting down leaks, but they don't shake down every employee with access to sensitive information. As one former Apple Marketing Manager describes, some employees are instructed to engage in "controlled leaks."
They call themselves the Worldwide Loyalty Team. Among some employees, they are known as the Apple Gestapo, a group of moles always spying in headquarters and stores, reporting directly to Jobs and Oppenheimer. Here's how they hunt people down.