Uber and Lyft attempt to exploit Texas abortion ban in falsified legal aid promotions.

Hits: 169Uber and Lyft recently made huge and emotionally charged offers of legal aid to their drivers in an attempt to sway public support. The only problem with the offer being, that it is entirely falsified and neither Uber or Lyft maintain any actual liability or truth in the offer or any claims relating to it. This is nothing more than another very cruel and poorly timed attempt to win back customer and investor support for two companies that owe their entire livelihood to deception and the exploitation of human…

Rideshare companies provide the perfect transportation, fencing and laundering fronts for Human trafficking and scams.

Hits: 225Since Ride Safe began tracking rideshare license plates and the online activity of drivers a steady progression of sex trafficking, money laundering, stolen goods fencing and even child prostitution becoming popular as a side hustle among Rideshare drivers. With further economic pressure from the pandemic and continued issues with low driver pay after more labor rights deregulations in California, Utilizing a rideshare driver account in order to aid and abet crime has become more popular than ever. Attempted sex trafficking/Kidnapping: Uber accepting driver with fake documents: *UBER STILL REFUSES…

The reality of California’s Proposition 22, the “gig” economy, and app based workers rights.

Hits: 634Currently in California, a proposition is set to be voted on this November 3rd which could change the course of labor rights through out the United States. *New Law proposed in California seeks to eliminate Employment AND Independent Contracting rights of GIG workers. *GIG/APP companies UBER, LYFT and DOORDASH raise over $180 MILLION dollars in lobbying funds to promote Proposition 22. *If passed, Proposition 22 would create a new Indentured labor class that could spread to other US states. Proposition 22 was introduced as a measure to change the…

Editorial, boldly going where to many sell-outs have gone before, in a galaxy to close to home. Patrick Stewart and Mark Hamill prove that every hero has their price.

Hits: 415I had noticed the ads three days ago but tried my best to ignore them. Patrick Stweart and mark Hamill, advertising Uber Eats with plucky, basement and frat house dweller delivery favorites and parlor games between rough one liners in a dingy warehouse backdrop. So much grit and grime to strengthen the narrative that this delivery service will save you from mediocrity. I was already reeling from the Death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the monumental political nightmare that Donald Trump has created in it’s wake. These kinds of…