Is Uber taking you for a ride?

Where do you stand on tracking, hacking, eaves dropping and covert surveillance? The average man on the street most likely falls somewhere between “nothing to hide, nothing to fear” and “why would anyone bother to hack me?” So, the recent exposé in The New York Times about Uber’s Greyball software is particularly interesting in that it shows just how normal it has become. In Uber you have an app that is so ubiquitous it has become a verb in its own right – if you live, work or spend time in any large cities, chances are you have it on your phone. And they’ve been caught up to some decidedly shady practices. Mike Isaac, of The New York Times has revealed how Uber has developed techniques a

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