After a female passenger reported she was raped by an Uber driver, authorities in New Delhi banned the e-hailing service, although cars were still available.
The taxi app apologised to the woman for an "un-Uber experience" after a driver offered her oral sex
A spokesman described Uber as "like getting in a sea full of sharks" for female passengers
The driver, who was arrested for sexual assault three years ago, is expected to appear in court on Monday afternoon
The meeting got tense when the subject of Uber "God view" was brought up.
At a New York City Council hearing, an Uber executive revealed wait times in NYC were under five minutes.
By encouraging riders to split their ride with a stranger, the e-hailing app hopes to reduce the number of cars on the road.
Drivers complain their contacts received Uber recruitment pitches without their approval.
In a letter obtained by "Newsweek," the Committee for Taxi Safety raised Uber's recent privacy invasions and threats on reporters.
An app brings together those in need of some physical contact.
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"This about an all out assault on our profession, our livelihoods," said Max Small, a driver of one of London's black taxis for 34 years