The U.S. Department of Justice announced the indictment and arrest of several Brazilian nationals accused of stealing people identities and using them to create fraudulent rideshare and food delivery accounts.
The reason: “deadheading,” the miles that ride-sharing drivers travel between trips with passengers.
Using one of these accounts, it seems a customer wouldn’t need to pay Lime for using its scooters.
Privacy advocates are concerned that the new law can paint an unsettling picture of people's movements in Quebec.
Rideshares were once the darlings of Wall Street, but now they’re being exposed.
Non-profit, donation-run Ikwe Safe Rides is an alternative to taxis powered by Indigenous women.
The City of San Francisco just gave scooter companies Bird, Spin, and Lime an ultimatum: Get off the street and apply for a permit, or else.
People are hoarding electric scooters and going into other people's homes to retrieve them.
A fleet of app-controlled electric scooters were dumped on the streets of San Francisco last month. People hate them.
A report by CNN uncovered 103 drivers accused of assaulting and abusing riders within the last four years.
What does owning a car mean when you can hop in and out of everyone else’s?
It’s making public transit worse.