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+ - How Apple orchestrates controlled leaks, and why->

Submitted by Lanxon
Lanxon (1713660) writes ""I was a Senior Marketing Manager at Apple and I was instructed to do some controlled leaks," confesses John Martellaro in a fascinating article in Mac Observer. Monday's article at the Wall Street Journal, which provided confirmation of an Apple tablet device, had all the earmarks of a controlled leak. Here's how Apple does it. Often Apple has a need to let information out, unofficially. The company has been doing that for years, and it helps preserve Apple's consistent, official reputation for never talking about unreleased products. The way it works is that a senior exec will come in and say, "We need to release this specific information. John, do you have a trusted friend at a major outlet? If so, call him/her and have a conversation. Idly mention this information and suggest that if it were published, that would be nice. No e-mails!""
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