From 2014 to the present day, Ride Safe collects and updates ALL incidents reported and confirmed by the media, involving Taxi, Bus, Air Travel, Pedicab and Rideshare operations to note the incidents that are reported involving crime against and committed by individuals providing these services.
The academic conclusion of this report:
Rideshare (TNC) companies (Uber & Lyft) contribute more crime to commercial transportation than any other existing form of commercial transportation today.
The criminal complaint, filed on Thursday, suggests that Uber's then CEO Travis Kalanick was aware of Sullivan's breach and efforts to cover it up. He also admits that Uber's general counsel may have known about the breach in April 2017. But he argues that Sullivan kept others involved in Uber's FTC response in the dark about the incident.
Two violations, two years apart
In 2014, Uber suffered a data breach after hackers found cloud storage credentials encoded in the Uber source code that an Uber engineer accidentally posted on GitHub. The credentials provided access to live data stored on Amazon's S3 cloud storage service. Hackers gained access to the names and driver's license numbers of about 100,000 Uber drivers, as well as a much smaller number of bank account and social security numbers.
The breach triggered an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission. In November 2016, the FTC interviewed Sullivan. He joined Uber in 2015, after five years as Facebook's chief security officer (we interviewed him in 2013 and 2014), so he wasn't around during the 2014 breach. But, as Uber's new head of security, it was his explain the situation to FTC investigators.
A Lyft driver was arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting a female passenger while she slept. Mohammad Rahman, 43, of Fullerton, was arrested in connection to the suspected June 12 attack in Santa Clarita. “An adult female reported that she had been sexually assaulted earlier in the morning b...
All young Clayton Oliveira wanted to do was get home last Wednesday (12th). For that, he would run a race FOR 99 POP APPLICATION.
He claims to have been VERALLY AND PRONCIPALLY PHYSICALLY AGED FOR BEING GAY BY THE DRIVER OF THE 99 POP APPLICATION. According to his post on Instagram, deleted but previously reported by the newspaper Em Tempo, he sat in the passenger seat. Halfway through the 99 POP APPLICATION DRIVER ASKED IF HE WAS GAY and when he answered yes, he TAKED A PUNCH AND HEARD FROM THE APPLICATION DRIVER THAT HAD GAYS HATE.
I SAID YES and then I BEGAN TO BE SPANCED BY THE APPLICATION DRIVER, TAKING PUNCHES AND SCREAMS THAT 'BAD' NEEDS TO DIE. He said I needed it and I WILL JUST LEAVE THERE AFTER DEAD. I really WAS WITHOUT REACTION, I BEGAN BEING BLOODY AND ASKING WHY THIS IS HAPPENING TO ME. WITHOUT ANY MORE STRENGTH, I managed to pull one of my bags, where some documents were and I JUMPED FROM THE CAR AT HIGH SPEED: Either THAT OR I WOULD BE DEAD, ”said Clayton on social media.
CHANGED HIS DIGNITY AND PIG ALSO LIFE FOR SOME COINS WANTING TO "SAVE".
THE CONFIRM BUTTON IS YOUR RIGHT TO CHOOSE, AS WELL AS ITS CONSEQUENCES !!
Tudo que o jovem Clayton Oliveira queria era chegar em casa na última quarta-feira (12). Pra isso, ele fazia uma corrida do bairro Alvorada, na Zona Centro-Oeste de Manaus. Ele alega ter sido agredido por ser gay pelo motorista do aplicativo 99. Segundo sua postagem no Instagram, deletada porém no...