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How Uber Deceives the Authorities Worldwide

If three clues make one evidence, Uber is well pass the troubles-line.

Four ex-employees reported and provided evidence of VTOS, (“violation of terms of service”) and GreyBall, two programs approved by the legal department to, respectively,   root out people it thought were using or targeting its service improperly and identify and circumvent officials who were trying to clamp down on the ride-hailing service.

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