Post Tagged with: "Uber"

Barely Legal: The Global Uber Enterprise

Barely Legal: The Global Uber Enterprise

The lobbying of Uber should, along with those of other corporate giants, only surprise those prone to pollyannaish escapism.  Its hungry, desperate behaviour takes place in plain sight, and denials merely serve to emphasise the point.  It resembles, in some crudely distant way, the operating rationale of the notorious British sex pest Jimmy Savile, who preyed upon his victims with[Read More…]

by 12/07/2022 Comments are Disabled World
Normalising Uber: The CJEU Ruling

Normalising Uber: The CJEU Ruling

It was something of a clanger for the ride hailing service that has made authorities across the globe sceptical and stroppy.  Uber has lobbied, cajoled, and bullied its way into the transport markets of the globe, while still claiming to be a humble, facilitating technology company. The legal team at Uber has, at times, been ingenious. At other times, it[Read More…]

by 22/12/2017 Comments are Disabled World
Holding Uber Accountable: Litigating Over Data Hacks

Holding Uber Accountable: Litigating Over Data Hacks

It sent patrons and users into fits of puzzled anger.  It numbed a good many more who had placed mistaken faith in its operations.  Rapacious, predatory Uber, a ride-hailing company famed for its international ruthlessness, had behaved accordingly.  Last week, the firm revealed that it had received a massive hack in 2016, failing to notify customers and regulators that a[Read More…]

by 03/12/2017 Comments are Disabled World