According to online sources, the Apple Head of Confidentiality, Jane Horvath, is preparing to leave a highly paid position in the company to join the law firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.
Curiously, the company Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, which is expected to become Croatia's employee shortly, has cooperated several times with Apple, the last time the companies worked together in a lawsuit with Epic Games, which accused Apple of illegally collecting a commission of 30% for transactions in iOS annexes.
In addition to Tim Cook, head of Apple, she was a member of the company in the security and confidentiality segment, and in recent years Apple has introduced many functions that help users deal with unauthorized tracking and safely protect their data from third-party processing. Over time, confidentiality has become a central feature of Apple's marketing campaign.
Although Croatia has not yet officially announced its resignation, the source notes that it has already notified the company's legal department of its departure, prior to its arrival in Apple, Croatia was involved in the issue of confidentiality at Google, as well as working with the U.S. Department of Justice.