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(Re/code)   Don't you hate it when days into your new job, you have to send an email to the firm's security team telling them to stop any competitive intelligence projects that included surveilling individuals? I guess that's the price to pay when you join Uber   ( recode.net) divider line
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2017-12-01 07:49:23 AM  
Uber needs to be shut down.
2017-12-01 08:05:25 AM  
you don't become a huge and profitable company without bending a few rules, every ceo knows this
2017-12-01 08:56:56 AM  
2017-12-01 09:42:46 AM  

ltdanman44: you don't become a huge and profitable company without bending a few rules, every ceo knows this

"huge and profitable"

One of those words doesn't apply to Uber.
2017-12-01 09:53:01 AM  
so how long until they have to change their name in order to disassociate itself from all the shiat they've pulled
2017-12-01 10:48:28 AM  
I have studied Uber for cyber security and giving them any info is basically handing it over to the dark web. They can't get the shiat together.
2017-12-01 10:53:19 AM  

We'll just outsource.

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2017-12-01 11:51:17 AM  
Well, that and your immortal soul
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