Uber sees board member depart, Sprint offers free dataIn today's tech news, Uber continues its management shakeup as a board member resigns after an inappropriate comment. Meanwhile, Sprint does its best to gain more customers with an unlikely promotion.
This is CNET, and here are the stories that matter right now. The shakeups at Uber continue. David Bonderman, a member of Uber's board of directors, has resigned. In a company wide meeting, he interrupted fellow board member Arianna Huffington. Huffington said there's a lot of data that shows when there's one woman on the board it's much more likely there'll be a second. Bonderman then said, Actually what it shows is that it's much more likely they'll be more talking. In his resignation statement, he called his comment inappropriate. Bonderman explained that he needs to hold himself to the same standards UBER is trying to adopt and that is why he is resigning. The fourth largest wireless carrier in the United States, Sprint, is running a promotion Where it is offering unlimited data text and talk free for one year if you switch from another carrier with an unlocked phone. The promotion is called stop feeling ripped-off by Verizon and runs until June 30. The free year ends on July 31, 2018. There are a couple of fees up front, like $3.00 for a SIM card and a $30 activation. Fee, a credit for the activation amount will appear two months' later on your statement. Monthly there's a $2.00 administration fee and $0.40 in other fees as long as you enroll in auto pay. It could be the end of the line for The Pirate Bay. In a ruling, the court of justice of the European Union said The Pirate Bay could be found liable for copyright violation. Even if it does not host any infringing content. The court said, making available and managing an online platform for sharing copyrighted works, such as The Pirate Bay, may constitute an infringement of copyright. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET tech today app, available for iOS and Android.