In a headline from a tech newsletter I get each morning:
• Uber has hired a piracy expert to investigate its data privacy practices following the company's public relations fiasco. Brett Molina from USA Today reports.
My guess is they want to see how much more personal data they can get from all the smartphones with their app.
Have a link to an article bout this by chance?
I'd be curious to see the allegations being put forth.
PRIVACY not piracy.
This is a cut and paste from the 2nd article linked above. Numerous publications have the same story. The facts aren't in dispute.
The move comes a week after the company's senior vice president of business Emil Michael stirred up a controversy by saying that the company should consider hiring a team of researchers to "dig up dirt" on journalists who were critical of the company.
This was followed by reports alleging that the company's New York general manager had used an internal company tool called God View to track a BuzzFeed reporter without her knowledge.
For the links and the quick synopsis.. N' yeah privacy ≠ piracy
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