Waymo didn't get it until last week.
I'm not a lawyer but I am super-confused about why none of them thought to disclose it in this lawsuit.
"He was stealing those documents in order to be a whistleblower," she says.
Waymo asks what MI means.
Waymo: "Is it true that Wickr isn’t run through any of Uber’s servers?"
Henley: "That from a technical perspective makes no sense so if you could rephrase what you’re saying. Because that’s not how a communications protocol works."
Henley: "We use non attributable devices as our research laptops. They are used so we can research criminal groups and others who we can’t have attribution to the Uber networks tied back to them."
Waymo, asking question about an invite to a Zoom meeting: "this is a code word that refers to the Otto acquisition?"
Henley: "Zoom is a company that provides video conferences."
Alsup: "Please zoom right along."
Uber's lawyer is literally reading marketing materials for Google Allo, pointing out that Google makes an encrypted, ephemeral messaging product.