Allen Young reports:
A proposed law that would place new privacy rules on online ridesharing companies shows consumer rights advocates in California changing their line of attack against Uber.
Whereas last year, critics argued that the basic practice of hailing rides on a smartphone was dangerous for lack of an adequate insurance policy, they have now latched on to a more personal accusation: Uber embraces an immoral company culture.
Well, okay, but if we placed privacy rules on every company that had what we view as an immoral company culture….
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