The former Apple lawyer who was supposed to keep employees from insider trading has been charged with insider trading

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  1. CivilServantBot

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  2. Weasel_DB

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    Did you know that members of Congress can make trades based on knowledge of government contracts? This is not considered “Insider Trading”. But it ought to be.

  3. issius

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    So the guy who’s job it was to, lets be clear, protect the company from insider trading allegations, used his intimate knowledge of laws and detection/prosecution procedures, to try to outsmart said system.

  4. notagoodboye

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    Did they have a guy whose job it was to keep the guy who was supposed to keep people from insider trading from insider trading?

    If not then I’d have to say that it was all their fault.

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