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Uber driver pleads guilty to killing six people between rides

An Uber driver charged with killing six strangers in between picking up passengers pleaded guilty to murder in Michigan on Monday, just before attorneys were set to interview jurors for his trial.


January 7, 2019 0

Uber is getting away with breaking the law. Why doesn’t the state intervene?

This has been a busy week for the UK’s so-called “gig economy”. Uber drivers won their workers’ rights case for the third time in a row (this time in the court of appeal), and the government issued a response to two employment law reviews in what it hailed as the “largest upgrade in a generation…
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December 20, 2018 0

Uber loses appeal over driver employment rights

Master of the rolls, Sir Terence Etherton, along with Lord Justice Bean, backed an October 2016 employment tribunal ruling that could affect tens of thousands of workers in the gig economy. A third judge, Lord Justice Underhill, dissented, leading to a 2-1 majority decision.


December 20, 2018 0

The ‘realistic and worldly wise’ approach to worker status?

The recent Employment Appeal Tribunal ruling in Addison Lee v Lange, in which the minicab firm had wrongly classed its drivers as self-employed, signals another blow to the gig economy.


December 19, 2018 0

Self-driving car drove me from California to New York, claims ex-Uber engineer

Anthony Levandowski, the controversial engineer at the heart of a lawsuit between Uber and Waymo, claims to have built an automated car that drove from San Francisco to New York without any human intervention.


December 18, 2018 0

Uber pushed for UK congestion charges that would hit poor hardest

Uber used a private meeting with the transport secretary to push for congestion charges that a senior civil servant warned would hit poorer drivers hardest, records have revealed.


December 12, 2018 0