The u.s. group Uber, which always attempts to burnish an image tarnished by scandals, has removed a clause controversial of which required the victims to resolve complaints through an arbitration procedure and prevented them to continue the company, on Tuesday 15 may. Until now, only the drivers or persons directly accused could be prosecuted before the courts.
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“The last eighteen months have revealed a silent epidemic of assaults and sexual harassment that haunts all sectors (…). Uber is not spared by this deep-rooted problem and we believe that we must be part of the solution “, wrote on the website of Uber its legal director Tony West, alluding to the movement #MeToo.
A clause is controversial