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Uber's program was simple in its execution. As the Journal explains, Uber would open up the Lyft app and pretend to order a car and would then capture the data it received from the request — like where Lyft drivers were and how much the company was charging.
Since Uber was allegedly accessing Lyft's services and without any real intention of booking a car, the FBI is examining whether or not this is an act of unauthorized access of a computer, the Journal said.
A similar lawsuit has already been dismissed.
Uber told CNBC that it's cooperating with the investigation.