Earlier this week, Apple’s chief safety officer, Thomas Moyer, and others were indicted in an expanded investigation involving the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s office for bribery to obtain permission to hold covertly, the Morgan Hill Times reported. According to the investigation, Santa Clara County deputy sheriff Rick song left four covert weapons licenses for Apple’s security team until the company agreed to donate 200 iPads worth $75000 to the sheriff’s office. Moyer did not report the bribe request as required, but was prepared to facilitate the donation, so that the company did not start investigating the situation until the last moment. Moyehe’s lawyers insist their clients are innocent, saying it’s collateral damage in the ongoing political competition between district attorney Jeff Rosen and Sheriff Laurie Smith. < / P > < p > Facebook was also involved in the bribery scheme, and executives at as solution, a company that provides personal protection for Facebook executives, chose to plead guilty. On the other hand, apple, from Moyer’s point of view, provided a statement to the media that it had investigated the situation and found no illegal acts;. &We want all of our employees to act with integrity, an apple spokesman said in a statement. &After being informed of the charges, we conducted a thorough internal investigation and found no wrongdoing. "IPhone 12 whole family barrel model exposed: it’s a tribute to iPhone 4