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New not really, if the guy did not think about it before he left his company should have told them
Just went thru my annual Rules of Behavior using company equipment review
In my gig if I take company anything except a mobile out of the country it is a terminable event. Prior clearance is needed before I take it out (and presumably bring it back) in USA travel is in sight always locked never left in a hotel room unless it is in the safe. A laundry list of do and dont do and why. Apple has enough international presence that it really surprises me they dont have a policy in place.

Maybe he was a snowflake and didnt think that policy pertained to him we have those around here as well
"Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts" – Richard Feynman
New I also taught my girls there are neighborhoods they shouldn't go in after dark
If they did, though, and something happened to them, it would still be wrong.

Just because you know where criminal activity is likely, doesn't make it legal. For street crime or illegal searches.
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Drew
New Agreed but border searches are not illegal according to the 11th circuit
"Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts" – Richard Feynman
New Two things
First, even if searching him was legal, I'm pretty sure denying him access to an attorney before conducting it wasn't.*

Second, it may currently be legal but it's still wrong.


* Letting him go through without ultimately doing the search proves they didn't have any valid suspicion.
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Drew
Expand Edited by drook April 4, 2019, 02:13:04 PM EDT
New If it was a random pick by the officer, that'd be one thing
What was not entirely obvious from the non-paywall links is that he was singled out by the Global Entry system. That is starting to smell of J Edgar and/or Joe McCarthy.
New Oh, you said "snowflake"...
...why did you do that? It's not only a dog-whistle term, it's also demonstrably bullshit in this circumstance.

Your gig is not his gig. You literally have no idea whether Apple's policy exists, yet because it's obviously not the same as yours, you assume it doesn't.

Come on, Box.

Counter-example: I recently went to SD on business and didn't have to get prior clearance for taking my laptop with me. And yet my company has a policy about how you handle your data and devices - it just doesn't preclude taking it with you. But you'd assume that we don't have one.
     CBP gets nasty - (rcareaga) - (8)
         Non-paywalled version. - (Another Scott) - (6)
             not really, if the guy did not think about it before he left his company should have told them - (boxley) - (5)
                 I also taught my girls there are neighborhoods they shouldn't go in after dark - (drook) - (3)
                     Agreed but border searches are not illegal according to the 11th circuit - (boxley) - (2)
                         Two things - (drook)
                         If it was a random pick by the officer, that'd be one thing - (scoenye)
                 Oh, you said "snowflake"... - (pwhysall)
         I should mention - (rcareaga)

So anyway...
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