For years, riders have been complaining about misbehaving in the back of the seats of Ubers without consequence. Drivers are now sick of it. They give low ratings, but it never seemed to matter.Now, those days are over. Today, the ride-hail company announced that anyone with a “below average rating” risks deactivation from the app.EXPAND FULL STORY
After days of indulging our culinary and consumer appetites, the time has come for at least a day of giving back to those less fortunate.
Eight months after disclosing a major data breach, ride service Uber is focusing its legal efforts on learning more about an internet address that it has persuaded a court could lead to identifying the hacker.