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  • Uber bans low-rated riders to support employees
  • Uber bans low-rated riders to support employees
    Strelka Institute (2017) ©
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Uber bans low-rated riders to support employees

In Australia and New Zealand, Uber riders whose ratings dip below four stars will be banned from the app for six months. As people come to demand more responsibility from tech companies, especially with employee treatment, Uber demonstrates its values by showing support for its drivers.

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