It seems we hadn’t heard the last from the case in which Google‘s former head of self-driving stole trade secrets, joined Uber, and declared bankruptcy after getting sued left, right, and center.
The autonomous vehicle whizkid, Anthony Levandowski, has now been handed an 18-month prison sentence for theft of those trade secrets, TechCrunch reports.
The judge hearing the case said it was the “biggest trade secret crime [they] had ever seen.”
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US district attorneys working the case originally proposed a 27-month-long prison sentence, claiming that