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    UBER
    corporate hypocrites
    So many deaths, lawsuits, accidents, rapes, problems...
    The end uf Uber self driving test in AZ as Uber fatal accident
    Take a different ride

    http://www.whosdrivingyou.org/rideshare-incidents
    Who's Driving You?
    Organization
    Ridesharing Incidents
    Reported List of Incidents
    Involving Uber and Lyft


    Uber’s process for onboarding drivers is dangerously negligent. Neither Uber nor Lyft uses fingerprints or law enforcement to background-check their drivers. And Uber doesn’t even bother to meet with drivers in person before allowing them to ferry passengers.

    The result is a series of incidents involving “ridesharing” passengers being harmed and criminal offenders behind the wheel:
    Deaths | Assaults | Sexual Assaults | Kidnappings | Felons | Imposters | Other Serious Incidents

    How risky is your Uber ride? Maybe more than you think via @CNET
    Self-driving Uber kills Arizona woman in first fatal crash involving pedestrian
    Uber driver convicted of raping female passenger, faces 20 years in prison Uber driver convicted of raping female passenger, faces 20 years in prison
     
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    Uber and a Child’s Death
    It was viewed by many as a proclamation: Ayn Rand’s novel is beloved ... The suit, set to be filed on Monday, seeks damages against Uber in the death of Sofia Liu, 6, on New Year’s Eve in San Francisc...
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    Trial date set in Kalamazoo Uber shootings
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    KALAMAZOO, MI -- The man accused of shooting eight people, killing six, while working as an Uber driver in February 2016 will stand trial ...
     
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    Uber to pay $148 million for failing to report 2016 hack
    The ride-hailing company reaches a settlement with all 50
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    • c-net
    September 26, 2018 12:48 PM PDT

    Uber has reached a settlement with all 50 US states and the District of Columbia over a 2016 data breach the ride-hailing service failed to disclose.

    The company will pay a $148 million fine that will be distributed in varying amounts across all states, attorneys general said Wednesday. Uber will also be required to adopt several new data security practices.

    "Uber's decision to cover up this breach was a blatant violation of the public's trust," Attorney General Becerra said in a statement. "The company failed to safeguard user data and notify authorities when it was exposed. Consistent with its corporate culture at the time, Uber swept the breach under the rug in deliberate disregard of the law."

    In October 2016, hackers were able to breach Uber's system and steal data on 57 million drivers and riders. The pilfered data included personal information such as names, email addresses and driver's license numbers, but not Social Security numbers and credit card information. Uber then paid $100,000 to the data thieves to delete the information.

    The issue for the state attorneys general was that Uber waited for more than a year to disclose the hack. The law requires companies to notify customers of data breaches.

    "Uber failed to notify law enforcement and the public of the breach," Becerra said at a press conference Wednesday. "Protecting the privacy of their customers isn't only the right thing to do, it's the law."
     
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