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Uber Faces FBI Investigation For 'Hell' Tracking Program

Uber Technologies Inc. is under investigation by federal authorities in New York for its alleged use of a spyware program, according to reports. The authorities are reported looking into whether the ride-hailing company illegally used software to stalk its rival Lyft.

Federal prosecutors and FBI agents in Manhattan have been investigating a program nicknamed "Hell" at Uber that allegedly allowed the company to spy on drivers from competing service Lyft Inc., reports said.

A spokesman for Uber confirmed that the ride-hailing company was cooperating with the investigation but declined further comment, according to reports.

by RTTNews Staff Writer

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