UK drivers take Uber to court

17/12/2020 | Reuters

A group of British Uber drivers are taking their employer to court in Amsterdam demanding that the company provide access to information it collects about them. The drivers also want to know how the companies algorithms work, which they said gather driver performance, behaviour and other traits to determine the allocation of available rides and fares.

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