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We’ve Been Trapped in ‘Uberland’

témoignage - 18 décembre 2018

lire sur le site originel >>> (citylab.com)

In her new book, Alex Rosenblat talked with drivers in 25 cities to trace the story of how ride-hailing redefined the nature of work.
In 2009, Uber was born out of a simple idea : Tap a button, get a ride. As it grew popular, the platform, and the ride-hailing model it helped pioneer, seemed like it would go beyond just meeting a transportation need : It seemed to have the potential to solve problems of transit access and cater to people whom cab drivers may have discriminated against in (...)



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