Uber's 'Greyball' Program Puts New Focus on Legal Dept.

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Uber Technologies Inc. has used software to evade law enforcement and public officials in cities where the company faced opposition from regulators, The New York Times reported Friday, and legal ethics professionals said the company may be steering into the wrong lane.

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  • greg


  • F. Fisch

    What puts this over the legal line into CRIMINAL activity is the displaying of fake software to lie to the "greyballed" people. That is a fraud committed, arguably to deprive them the use of what is an on-call public service. at least some of the people being "greyed" are legitimate users needing a ride. Police Officers use Uber too.

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