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Judge Rules Blind Passengers Can Sue Uber For Discrimination

Posted on April 21, 2015
SAN FRANCISCO -- A federal magistrate will allow a lawsuit to move forward on behalf of blind Californians accusing the ride-hailing company Uber of discriminating against passengers with guide dogs. One advocate says the ruling sets a precedent for holding technology companies accountable under civil rights laws.

SFGate.com article here

Related Topics: California operators, customer service, lawsuits, legal issues, passenger safety, Safety, San Francisco operators, TNCs, Uber

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