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Comment: Try this ... (Score 1) 230

... contact DHS and tell them you were at the library and you saw a guy with a scimitar and a Koran downloading private banking information. It will still likely be months before anything changes, but at least you'll know enough bankers are getting adequately inconvenienced in the affair.

+ - Uber Must Submit CEO Emails

Submitted by Rambo Tribble
Rambo Tribble (1273454) writes "Uber, has lost its bid in U.S. federal court to avoid disclosing emails from Chief Executive Travis Kalanick in a California lawsuit accusing the popular ride-booking service of deceiving customers about how it shares tips with drivers. U.S. District Judge Edward Chen, in reference to U.S. Magistrate Judge Donna Ryu's ruling that the plaintiff in the lawsuit can receive emails from Kalanick and global operations chief Ryan Graves, wrote, "That Judge Ryu's order may require defendant to review approximately 21,000 documents does not represent an improper burden given the potential role of defendant's CEO and vice president of operations in defendant's challenged conduct,"

This comes amid mounting legal problems for Uber, including South Korea indicting Kalanick on charges he violated local licensing laws and numerous cities around the globe banning the service."

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