Uber sues SF over request for driver names, addresses
“The tax collector’s office is asking us to give them personal information of drivers — including their home address — without their consent and will put that information on a public website,” said Wayne Ting, general manager of Uber Northern California, in a statement. According to the motion, San Francisco’s tax collector served Uber with a subpoena...
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