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Apple security chief charged with trying to bribe police with iPads for gun licences

Thomas Moyer allegedly attempted to obtain concealed firearms licences for company employees

Apple’s global head of security has been accused of trying to bribe police with hundreds of free iPads in order to obtain concealed firearms licences for company employees.

Prosecutors in California allege that two officers were involved in a scam where they denied licences to carry concealed weapons (CCW) to applicants unless they offered something in return.

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