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Google Engineer Dismissed The Importance Of Stolen Self-Driving Car Documents

Google's self-driving car company Waymo sued Uber in February, claiming that Anthony Levandowski, a former Waymo engineer, stole 14,000 documents detailing Waymo's LIDAR systems before accepting a job with Uber's self-driving car program. More »      
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