Sure. I could go either way on the fingerprinting. OTOH, if a lot of places do it but a few places don't, you know where the criminals are going to congregate.
In any case (despite all the protestations I see) it doesn't make sense to do fingerprinting for cabs and pedicabs and not Uber drivers. If you want to fix it, fix it all around. Don't make an ordinance specific to "ridesharing" and toss in a bunch of other garbage (like being able to stop anywhere on a whim).
And all the false information in some of the threads here about how the city never did this for cabs and pedicabs is, intentionally or not, completely wrong. For that many people to be that misinformed, somebody had to be actively lying.
Which is, IMO, why Uber lost -- reams and reams of mails and phone calls with active, malicious lies in them.