By Radio.com Staff

(RADIO.COM) – Uber is in hot water after testimony by Samuel Ward Spangenberg, the company’s former forensic investigator.

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According to a new report in The Guardian Spangenberg alleges employees abused the company’s “God View” feature to monitor the movement of “high-profile politicians, celebrities and even personal acquaintances of Uber employees, including ex-boyfriends/girlfriends, and ex-spouses.” He says the tool is/was used to track the movements of clients based on their account information.

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Spangenberg is suing Uber for age discrimination and whistleblower retaliation and specifically mentions Beyoncé as an example of a celebrity who was tracked in his complaint.

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