Now that the Portland, OR police department has re-opened its sex attack investigation against Al “You-big-lummox-of-a-sex-poodle” Gore, should Apple Chariman Steve Jobs make Al Gore take a leave of absence from the company pending resolution of the investigation?
Apple’s sexual harassment policy defines harassment as…
<blockquote… unwelcome or unsolicited speech or conduct based on factors such as race, color, age, sex, or sexual orientation. It may include activities such as viewing sexually explicit sites or displaying an inappropriate calendar. It may include unwelcome touching or advances, jokes, slurs, and other offensive behavior. [Emphasis added]
While the policy also says that it only applies to,
… interactions with employees, customers, suppliers, and applicants for employment and any other interactions where you represent Apple…
… surely the policy doesn’t mean that it’s open season for board members when it comes to the rest of the public. Or does it?
If Gore is cleared, he can always be reinstated.