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  1. Uber warns UK not to over-regulate self-driving cars The Telegraph Uber has warned the UK not to over-regulate self-driving cars. In the first solid indication that it is considering bringing the technology to the UK, the app-based ... View the full article
  2. How annoying is this? Free road but you have a cyclist who decided to have the road for him while there a dedicated cycle lane on the side??? What should we do? I told him and he showed me the finger, fkin pricks...I propose these guys to get a PCN because they dont obey the rules
  3. The Independent London warned it's not ready for robot taxis and drone deliveries The Independent Uber is one of the most infamous cases. When it didn't comply with local laws on taxis on the grounds that it was a technology company instead of a taxi operator, France and Germany banned some of the app's services. London pulled Uber's license to ... London Warned It's Unready for Robot Taxis and Drone DeliveriesBloombergQuint all 2 news articles » View the full article
  4. The Verge I'm not so sure Waymo's going to win against Uber The Verge It's day 4 of Waymo v. Uber and I'm still not entirely clear on what Waymo's case is. Yes, it's a case where a former Google engineer absconded with over 9 gigabytes of data, transferred it to his laptop, backed it up onto disks that he put in his ... Lyft Could Have Bought the Startup That Triggered the Uber-Waymo Trade Secrets BattleThe Drive Uber Board Got Assurances on Diligence Ahead of Self-Driving Deal: InvestorU.S. News & World Report Trade secret files could be stored anywhere, witnesses in Waymo-Uber trial sayLos Angeles Times Bloomberg -The Mercury News -Seeking Alpha all 31 news articles » https://www.google.com/news
  5. Bdaily London businesses divided over TfL's ruling not to renew Uber licence Bdaily London Chamber of Commerce and Industry has conducted a survey of more than 500 businesses that found 46% support Transport for London's decision to reject Uber's application for a new license, while 38% disagree. Back in September, TfL decided not to ... View the full article
  6. CNBC EU rules that Uber is a transport service, not a digital company CNBC Uber is a taxi company, according to a landmark ruling from Europe's highest court. The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled Wednesday that the U.S. ride-hailing app is a transportation firm and not a digital company. The verdict is a long-awaited ... Uber a danger to public safety, warns unionBBC News Uber is transport service, says European courtBBC News Uber court judgment has big implications for European regulationFinancial Times City A.M. -Reuters -Bloomberg all 46 news articles » https://www.google.com/news
  7. The Independent Uber's appeal against TfL's licence ban will not be heard until spring 2018 The Independent Minicab app firm Uber's appeal against Transport for London's decision not to renew its licence in the city will not be heard until spring 2018. Both sides of the dispute appeared before Westminster Magistrates' Court in London on Monday, for a case ... Uber London licence appeal set for April at earliestFinancial Times Uber to remain on London's streets for months as licence appeal set for springTelegraph.co.uk Cambridge reviews Uber licence following London, Sheffield suspensionsThe Week UK Reuters -Independent Online all 67 news articles » https://www.google.com/news
  8. Yahoo Finance Why hacked companies like Uber should not pay ransoms Yahoo Finance For its part, Uber hasn't attempted to spin the hack like HBO, but it's a tactic that may become part of companies' damage control repertoire in the future. Especially, as Agarwal notes, people keep paying the ransoms. After each hack, one thing is ... and more » https://www.google.com/news