Apple security chief accused of trying to bribe sheriff’s office

Apple’s head of global security was indicted on Monday for allegedly trying to bribe a California sheriff’s office with the promise of 200 iPads in exchange for concealed-weapon permits for company employees. In addition to Thomas Moyer, 50, the tech-giant’s chief security officer, two officers with the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office were also charged…

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