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Court-ordered documents undermine Uber’s claim that it knew nothing of secret investigation

A supposedly rogue investigation that Uber originally claimed it knew nothing about — and which could turn out to be a costly embarrassment for the ride-hailing giant—began with a 10-word request from the company’s general counsel.

“Could we find out a little more about this plaintiff?” Salle Yoo wrote to Uber’s chief security officer, Joe Sullivan, on Dec. 16, 2015.

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