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Uber in hot seat with California regulators over drunk drivers | Ars Technica

Uber, which goes by the company handle Rasier, “failed to either suspend promptly and/or investigate drivers after a zero-tolerance complaint had been filed between August 12, 2014 and August 31, 2015. The Consumer Protection and Enforcement Division’s (“CPED”) investigation determined that of the 154 complaints reviewed, Rasier failed to suspend and/or investigate drivers in 151 […]

Uber, which goes by the company handle Rasier, “failed to either suspend promptly and/or investigate drivers after a zero-tolerance complaint had been filed between August 12, 2014 and August 31, 2015. The Consumer Protection and Enforcement Division’s (“CPED”) investigation determined that of the 154 complaints reviewed, Rasier failed to suspend and/or investigate drivers in 151 complaints. This results in a total of 151 violations. CPED recommends assessing $7,500 per violation….

Source: Uber in hot seat with California regulators over drunk drivers | Ars Technica

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