Apple options backdating 2016
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If you are familiar with *nix systems, you might already guessed, that , will contain a good amount of evidence of the system clock backdating, here is an example: As you can see on the figure, there is a very strange time change from January to November.
And as we already know, our bad guys change the clock to this date, November, 1.
This research has been conducted on the Mac Book Air running mac OS High Sierra (10.13.2).
If you know to which date and time the system clock have been backdated you can use timelining to find files and folders created, modified or used in this time period.
Lets look at Secrets.rtf: As you can see it was created in September 2017, but it was used and its contents were modified in November 2016.
NYCERS alleged that the backdating of stock options rendered Apple’s 2005 proxy statement false and misleading for three reasons.
First, NYCERS alleged that while the proxy statement explained that Apple’s compensation practices “aligned the interests of employees and stockholders” because stock options would have value only if Apple’s stock price increases, Apple’s issuance of “backdated” options could have value even if Apple’s stock price does not increase, thereby decoupling employee and shareholder interests.
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Tech Crunch has an interesting look at Steve Jobs’ deposition testimony which was taken during the SEC’s 2008 investigation into alleged options backdating.