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Red Bull launch internal investigations for leak after Aston Martin copying claim

Formula One pitlane, with Red Bull accusing their rivals of copying their own design.Aston Martin remain adamant that hasn't occurred, with an FIA investigation also clearing the team of any wrongdoing, but Red Bull's concerns continue - particularly due to the fact a number of their employees were poached from the Silverstone team during the close season.Red Bull responded to the FIA investigation by saying it was noted 'with interest' but that a transfer of any IP would be of 'serious concern' and the team's technical director Pierre Wache revealed the focus was ensuring no IP leak occurred.“For us, the main aspect was to be sure that it was done within the rules. The FIA checked, and it looks like [it was].

We on our side now are to check that we don’t have any IP leak," Wache said per Motorsport."That is the main asset of the team. We want to make sure of that, that is what we are investigating at the moment.

As a personal engineering aspect, it was satisfying that a team copied us. It means our concept is not so bad.

We just want to be sure that we protect ourselves, and on the budget cap, the main aspect of the budget is IP, and we want to make sure that how we spend our money is secure and our assets are secure.“In terms of action with the FIA, I think the response from the FIA is clear. It looks like the car itself and the way to achieve it was legal, and we won’t do any more action on this aspect until we find something on our side.”The flow of team members to Aston Martin has been a cause for concern but, rather than the transfer of ideas, it's whether there was any documentation leak that is the focus: “It’s like a football team, the football players are the engineers in this business."I think it’s not what we

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Formula One pitlane, with Red Bull accusing their rivals of copying their own design.Aston Martin remain adamant that hasn't occurred, with an FIA investigation also clearing the team of any wrongdoing, but Red Bull's concerns continue - particularly due to the fact a number of their employees were poached from the Silverstone team during the close season.Red Bull responded to the FIA investigation by saying it was noted 'with interest' but that a transfer of any IP would be of 'serious concern' and the team's technical director Pierre Wache revealed the focus was ensuring no IP leak occurred.“For us, the main aspect was to be sure that it was done within the rules. The FIA checked, and it looks like [it was].
the Mirror.Katie’s clip shows that the cameras take a snap of you in your car when you order.That way the staff can keep track of multiple orders more easily.Plenty of people didn’t realise that the McDonald’s workers would be able to see into their car when going through the drive-thru.But, it ensures you get the right munch at the right price.Katie’s video was viewed a whopping 6.3million times.In the clip, she said: “Ever wondered how McDonald's know whose car is whose?""There is a camera and it takes a picture of you and your car.”The teenager noted that orders are handed to the correct customer thanks to the useful camera.When you drive up and order your meal, the cameras will take a snap of the car and link the image to the order.Then, when the food is ready the worker simply has to check that it’s the correct car.Katie added: So maybe don’t pick your nose when you order … because we see it and we judge you."In the comments people were blown away by the information.One person wrote: “Wow really? I had no idea there were cameras."“Ayo that's some new new,” added a former staff member. “We didn't have that when I worked there last year."And, a third exclaimed: "Wait y'all see us?"Other McDonald’s workers also noted that they can hear everything you say in the car from the moment you drive up and activate the sensor. Get all the biggest Lifestyle news straight to your inbox. Sign up for the free Daily Star Hot Topics newsletter The sensor turns on the staff member’s headset and gives them immediate access to hearing what you’re saying.So, be polite…One such worker said: “I'm waiting for the day they realise we hear them the moment they pull up, to the moment they leave the speaker box.”

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