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Uber’s Firing of 2 In-House Lawyers Raises Questions About Legal Culture

They exploit freelancers/partners and we turned a blind eye on it.

They used the greyball project, and we turned a blind eye on it.

They deployed the “Hell” project, and we turned a blind eye on it.

Their CEO offended drivers and was recorded in camera and we turned ablind eye on it.

They have been condamned for theft of trade secrets and we turned a blind eye on it.

They have been criticised for their culture, fostering secual harassment and unfair rewards.

They unplugged all cables and downed electricity in their offices when authorities raided them and we turned a blind eye on it.

Now it’s the time of firing legal counsels who criticise the data retention policy and the time of three further in-house legals who left the ocmpany after the management tweaked some privacy settings without the due approval of the company.

What’s next, now?

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