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LA and San Francisco DAs say Uber, Lyft and Sidcar are engaging in illegal practices

25/09/2014

Ride sharing services are once again coming under scrutiny by government officials. This time the district attorneys of Los Angeles (...)
Ride sharing services are once again coming under scrutiny by government officials. This time the district attorneys of Los Angeles and San Francisco are alleging that Lyft, Sidecar, and Uber are breaking the law. According to Business Insider, the San Francisco and Los Angeles DAs engaged in a joint investigation of the companies and found that they were engaging in two illegal practices. The first is that the companies are misleading customers by claiming they use background checks to screen out drivers that have committed driving violations, DUI, sexual assault, and other criminal offenses. The second issue the DAs have... This story continues at The Next Web The post LA and San Francisco DAs say Uber, Lyft and Sidcar are engaging in illegal practices appeared first on The Next Web. Ride sharing services are once again coming under scrutiny by government officials. This time the district attorneys of Los Angeles and San Francisco are alleging that Lyft, Sidecar, and Uber are breaking the law. According to Business Insider, the San Francisco and Los Angeles DAs engaged in a joint investigation of the companies and found that they were engaging in two illegal practices. The first is that the companies are misleading customers by claiming they use background checks to screen out drivers that have committed driving violations, DUI, sexual assault, and other criminal offenses. The second issue the DAs have... This story continues at The Next Web The post LA and San Francisco DAs say Uber, Lyft and Sidcar are engaging in illegal practices appeared first on The Next Web.
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