A federal court judge in California delayed the start of a civil trial between ride-hailing giant Uber and Waymo, Alphabet's self-driving vehicle unit, after receiving a memo written by a former Uber employee that about the alleged theft of trade secrets.
It was the second time the judge has agreed to delay a trial at Waymo's request.
Both the US Attorney's letter and Jacobs written testimony, as well as related filings from Uber and Alphabet-owned Waymo - which claims its trade secrets were stolen by Uber - have been heavily redacted [PDF] to the point where it is impossible to divine any details.
The trial had been scheduled to begin on December 4.
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He also claimed that the team used a secretive messaging system on an anonymous server that would delete texts nearly immediately in order "to ensure we didn't create a paper trail that came back to haunt the company in any potential civil or criminal litigation".
The evidence in question is a letter from former Uber security analyst Ric Jacobs.
"You're just making the impression that this is a total cover-up", he told Uber at the hearing.
Uber denied using any of Waymo's trade secrets.
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"If even half of what's in that letter is true it would be a huge injustice to force Waymo to go to trial and not be able to prove the things that are said in that letter", Alsup said during a hearing Tuesday morning in Uber's home city, San Francisco.
Those strategies included housing sensitive, potentially incriminating information on separate servers that weren't connected to the rest of Uber, and using encrypted, self-deleting messaging technology to orchestrate their efforts.
An Uber representative on Tuesday referred to an earlier company statement, which said Uber "has been waiting for its day in court for quite some time now" and was keen to have a jury hear the merits of the case. The company claimed that Anthony Levandowski, a former Waymo executive, had illegally downloaded 14,000 confidential files before his departure; and he had used that information to start a rival company called Otto, which was later acquired by Uber.
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Jacobs testified today in civil court that the Marketplace Analytics team scoured competitors' GitHub accounts to find private code but balked at the letter's suggestion that the team stole trade secrets, particularly from Waymo. Governments across the globe have launched investigations into the incident.