The Rose City isn’t happy with Uber… again.
After the company failed to turn over details on its deeply sketchy “Greyball” software by Portland’s deadline, the city may seek to compel Uber to hand it over with a subpoena.
Those intentions, reported by the Oregonian, were articulated by Portland Commissioner Dan Saltzman, who oversees the city’s Bureau of Transportation (PBOT).
“If I could issue a fine I thought would stand up, I would,” Saltzman told the Oregonian.
My interest now is in making sure this doesn’t happen again.”
Following the New York Time report that Uber evaded regulators with a secret software program, the city of Portland launched its own investigation.