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Former Google engineer accused of giving company secrets to Uber

CBS News Wednesday, 28 August 2019
A former star engineer at Google faces criminal charges for allegedly stealing company secrets about self-driving cars and giving them to Uber, a major competitor. The federal indictment filed Tuesday in Silicon Valley escalates the high-stakes fight to reshape the future of transportation. Kris Van Cleave reports.
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News video: Ex-Google Engineer Indicted For Stealing Self-Driving Vehicle Technology

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Former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski was indicted on 33 counts Tuesday, charged with stealing self-driving car technology from the company shortly before he joined Uber's efforts to catch up in the high-stakes race to build self-driving vehicles. Devin Fehely reports. (8-27-2019)

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