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Uber under fire from regulators and competitors in Chicago

arstechnica.com
Uber, a startup that allows you to hail a car from your smartphone, is facing a fresh round of legal trouble, this time in Chicago. The Chicago Tribune reports that regulators have charged the company with a number of legal violations, including assessing a mandatory 20 percent tip and then...
Uber under fire from regulators and competitors in Chicago

Six states outlaw employer snooping on Facebook

news.cnet.com
The list of states that don't put up with employers demanding employee's social media passwords is growing -- both California and Illinois laws went into effect on the first of this year. [Read more]...
Six states outlaw employer snooping on Facebook

Uber Sued By Taxi And Livery Companies In Chicago For Consumer Fraud And More

techcrunch.com
It’s no secret that Uber’s disruptive on-demand car and taxi service is ruffling feathers amongst the taxi industry. It seems that in every city in which Uber launches, there’s legal pushback from the industry that the startup is disrupting. We’ve seen this in D.C., San Francisco, New York and Boston....
Uber Sued By Taxi And Livery Companies In Chicago For Consumer Fraud And More

If You Work In California Or Illinois, Your Boss Can't Ask You For Your Facebook Password Anymore (FB)

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CHICAGO (Reuters) - Employers in California and Illinois will be prohibited from demanding access to workers' password-protected social networking accounts and teachers in Oregon will be required to report suspected student bullies thanks to new laws taking effect in 2013. In all, more than 400 measures were enacted at the...
If You Work In California Or Illinois, Your Boss Can't Ask You For Your Facebook Password Anymore (FB)
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