Uber agrees to reduced fine in fight over sexual assault data

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Jul 16th '21
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Uber has agreed to pay $9 million to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) after refusing to hand over data about riders and drivers who were sexually assaulted, and pay a separate $150,000 fine, according to a settlement agreement reached Thursday.

 

Uber will also now provide data about the assaults to the CPUC, though it will remove any potentially identifying information.

 

The CPUC originally fined Uber $59 million in December 2020 and threatened to suspend its license to operate in the state after the company failed to answer questions about a damning safety report it published the year prior.

 

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Source: The Verge

 

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