Uber Says New York Can’t Be Trusted With Its Data

A FOIA request has set off another dispute between Uber and the NYS Attorney General’s Office, it seems. Marlene Kennedy reports:

Uber has gone to court to ensure confidentiality over records it provided for New York’s investigation of how the ride-sharing service secures data.

New York began collecting the information two years ago after media reports surfaced about real-time tracking of rides — known internally as “God View” — that included personal information about riders.


The controversy re-entered the spotlight Friday, however, as Uber filed suit to ensure that Schneiderman and his office keep the information it supplied out of public view.

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