Uber Technologies confirmed that it is cooperating with a Department of Justice investigation into potential violations of the FCPA, including whether Uber paid bribes in Indonesia and Malaysia.  The investigation of conduct in Indonesia involves an employee who allegedly paid Indonesian police to continue operating an Uber office in Jakarta after local authorities found it violated local zoning laws.  The employee allegedly included the payments on his expense reports as payments to local authorities.  The government is also investigating Uber’s investment in a Malaysian government-backed program for entrepreneurs at the same time that a Malaysian pension fund made a large investment in Uber and less than a year before Malaysia passed laws favorable to Uber.