The "Sharing" Economy: Issues Facing Platforms, Participants, and Regulators A Federal Trade Commission Workshop #01189

Submission Number:
01189
Commenter:
Gaffka
State:
Michigan
Initiative Name:
The "Sharing" Economy: Issues Facing Platforms, Participants, and Regulators A Federal Trade Commission Workshop
Uber should not be able to keep your personal and financial data indefinetly. Upon request, they should have to burn it within a certain time frame. Also, Uber should not be able to track people anytime outside of the running application. Don't know what I mean? Google: Uber God View. And any documents that require acceptance before engaging with their business model should be legible. In other words not a 19 page pdf that you can't read on your S4 Mini phone that you have to accept without being able to read it. AND Uber shouldn't even be allowed to put in that contract that you relinquish your rights. I am told that the current document says you relinquish your right to sue, in exchange for arbitration in front of an Uber paid Uber arbitrator. I'm sure the FTC can think of some language to fix that. Tell Uber to just behave and no one will want to sue them.