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Federal investigators probe Uber over ‘Greyball’ – FT.com

The fact that legalization stopped the intimidation program actually increases the Justice Department case. It demonstrates the program was designed to create intimidation to overcome local regulations. Another Very Bad Day for Uber. In correspondence with Portland, Uber acknowledged that it applied Greyball to 17 accounts while operating in the city without permission in December […]

The fact that legalization stopped the intimidation program actually increases the Justice Department case. It demonstrates the program was designed to create intimidation to overcome local regulations. Another Very Bad Day for Uber.

In correspondence with Portland, Uber acknowledged that it applied Greyball to 17 accounts while operating in the city without permission in December 2014. Uber stopped using Greyball in Portland once the city legalised ride-hailing services.

Source: Federal investigators probe Uber over ‘Greyball’

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