The protection of privacy, which to Apple is of utmost importance, does not seem to apply to its own employees: Apple allegedly requires its employees to carry cameras on their bodies so that no secret information is released to the public.
Jon Prosser - known for leaking the latest Apple products on YouTube or via his new website Front Page Tech - has published the allegations on his website.
The article - which isn't actually penned by Prosser, but rather Corina Garcia - confronts Apple with the accusation of spying on its own employees in order to prevent these leaks. Which doesn't sit well with a company that positions itself as a defender of privacy.
According to the Front Page Tech article, some employees now have to wear cameras on their bodies "to ensure that its hardware trade secrets stay out of the hands of leakers like our very own, Jon Prosser." It is said that this is a camera similar to the Axon Body 2, which is used by the US police.
The manufacturer describes the Axon Body 2 the ideal video solution for emergency services worldwide. It offers HD recording, advanced audio and easy upload to Evidence.com.