This Week in Rideshare: Scooters, Tracing, and Data

Scooters hit Chicago, Uber traces riders, and data gets breached. LegalRideshare breaks it down.

MONDAY 7/20/20

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Same scooters. New rules. That’s the word coming from Chicago as they brace for their return. CBS Chicago reported:

TUESDAY 7/21/20

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On Tuesday, Uber announced it has been quietly working with health officials around the world on helping combat COVID-19. Business Insider reported:

WEDNESDAY 7/22/20

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Are you paying more than you should for that Uber ride? It’s very possible. USA Today explains:

THURSDAY 7/23/20

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If you’ve used Instacart recently, there’s a chance your data was sold online. Buzzfeed news explains:

FRIDAY 7/24/20

In an effort to help struggling restaurants, Uber Eats has launched a new app. Si Live explains:

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