San Francisco A former Google-Engineer must answer to the court because he should have stolen secret company documents about autonomous driving before joining the carpooling service Over changed. The lawsuit against Anthony Levandowski was made public by the US Department of Justice. He had previously for the Waymo division of the Google parent company alphabet worked. At the indictment he pleaded not guilty. If convicted, he faces a prison sentence of several years.
More: The Google sister Waymo is considered one of the most diligent data collectors in the development of autonomous cars. Now you want to release some data.
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