Apple fired an Apple Store employee after he stole a personal photo from an iPhone client.
Gloria Fuentes, a resident of Bakersfield, went to the Apple Store on Monday to fix her iPhone’s screen. She claims that before giving the smartphone to the owner, the guy took it for himself to “study”.
After a while, she noticed that the intruder sent a message with an downloaded photo of a “very personal nature” to an unknown number. The photo was taken about a year ago, so the attacker clearly had to scroll through the gallery.
The guy worked at the Apple Store in Valley Plaza Mall in Bakersfield, California. The company said it “has acted far beyond the strict privacy principles that all Apple employees adhere to.”
Now the case has been transferred to the police. [ CoM ]