A second Apple employee was charged with stealing self-driving car project secrets

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  • Microsoft Big Pun
    In an unrelated news, Huawei announces self driving car for 2020.
    Jan 31 3
    • Quora mDXn01
      Yes. 5G is stolen from the US where does not have such technology
      Jan 31
    • Microsoft Big Pun
      What dont you understand about spyware?
      Jan 31
    • Flagged by the community.

  • Oracle iOFR21
    This country has copied everything.
    Jan 31 0
  • Google / Eng uint64
    Honestly they do this all the time, for decades. I have engineer friends (not software) in SME who find their Chinese competitor bringing an identical product to market a year or so after hitting Chinese engineers. Sorry if this sounds racist, I know not all Chinese are like this. I wonder how much they get for doing this.
    Jan 31 3
    • Quora mDXn01
      1. The US did the same thing before; 2. Japan and south korea did the same before; 3. 200 years ago europeans stole green tee seed from China and plant it in their colonies; 4. The US is the state of the art at this moment whois the only target China can learn or copy; 5. china has a strong manufacture system and Chinese is not stupid and then learn it very quickly; 6. 10 years ago the US government play Toyota, right now it starts to target Huawei, why?
      Jan 31
    • Intel UGeJ58
      ^#1 Albert Einstein -> uses atomic bomb to win the war against the competing government
      Jan 31
    • Apple toooooo
      Hey man, we gotta do what we gotta do. We can’t just let this happen lying down can we?

      Just watch in a few decades when China finally starts making their own stuff, other countries will start stealing its tech. What will China do? Exactly what US is doing.
      Feb 1
  • New Axaaa
    Didn't Huawei send people into tmobile to copy a robot. One guy even tried to take off the arm and smuggle it in his bag.

    https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2019/01/us-indicts-huawei-for-stealing-t-mobile-robot-selling-us-tech-to-iran/
    Jan 31 6
    • Apple Hansel2
      That’s like saying stealing is hard, give the thieves some credit.
      Jan 31
    • Microsoft ok47
      You should watch the art of pick pocketing. It's very hard and is truly amazing.
      Jan 31
    • Apple bqdp
      Good forgery is an art form in itself.
      Jan 31
    • Apple toooooo
      I hate that expression. You’re not creating something with forgery. There’s no conversation. Art is creating and delivering experience. Forgery has none of this.
      Feb 1
    • Apple bqdp
      Good art is born of limitations. And there are no limitations stricter than having to make an exact replica.
      Feb 1
  • Apple / Eng cpKz41
    By this standard, Anthony Levandowski should have been arrested many times over.
    Jan 31 1
    • Microsoft ok47
      Levandowski is American and the technology he stole is kept in the US. Chinese employee, on the other hand, took the technology back to China, which is a big threat to the US in term of national security. So Chinese need to be jailed and get maximum possible prison time.
      Jan 31
  • Amazon raisinb
    Sinophobia running rampant
    Jan 31 0
  • Google mubj
    I wonder if he got $120 million departing gift. ;)
    Jan 31 3
    • Microsoft / Eng SqlInject”
      Only for BJs
      Jan 31
    • Apple EXQB54
      $120M gift card for BJs Restaurant?? They will eat for generations!
      Jan 31
    • Intel UGeJ58
      Free BJs for life!
      Jan 31
  • Apple HumanDoing
    This isn’t attributable to Apple, but rather the principles (or lack thereof) of the individual(s) themselves.
    Jan 31 0
  • Amazon / Eng CutMustard
    Put him on a PIP. Oops, he was already on one.
    Jan 31 0
  • Bank of America sn00pdog
    Lol look at all the butthurt chinese in here. Asian here too so chill ...
    Jan 31 0