Jul 20, 2020
Uber drivers launch legal battle over 'favouritism'
Uber has been accused by a UK-based drivers union of displaying favouritism in the way in which it allocates jobs. The App Drivers & Couriers Union has launched a legal challenge in a bid to understand how the firm's algorithms pair drivers with ride requests. The union wants Uber to be more transparent about how the data it collects impacts drivers, and whether it leads to favouritism. Uber has always said that it does not manage its self-employed drivers. The union argues that under GDPR regulations, Uber drivers have the right to access their profiling data.
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