Federal prosecutors have charged former Uber safety chief Joe Sullivan with obstruction of justice for hiding a 2016 knowledge breach from Federal Commerce Fee investigators. Sullivan is now the chief safety officer at Cloudflare.
In an emailed assertion, a spokesman for Sullivan stated the federal government’s expenses have “no advantage.”
“From the outset, Sullivan and his group collaborated intently with authorized, communications and different related groups at Uber, in accordance with the corporate’s written insurance policies,” the spokesman wrote. “These insurance policies made clear that Uber’s authorized division—and never Mr. Sullivan or his group—was answerable for deciding whether or not, and to whom, the matter needs to be disclosed.”
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