US prosecutors seek 27 months imprisonment for former Uber self-driving head

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US prosecutors seek 27 months imprisonment for former Uber self-driving head

Over the taking of sensitive documents from Google.

US prosecutors are seeking 27 months of imprisonment for the former head of Uber's self-driving technology unit, Anthony Levandowski, who agreed to plead guilty in March for taking sensitive documents from his former employer Google before joining Uber. Federal prosecutors are also seeking ...

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