UBER: The app has agreed to pay $10 million in a lawsuit...

UBER: The app has agreed to pay $10 million in a lawsuit over its driver vetting process.


The taxi company Uber has consented to cover a $10 million settlement carrying out a legal dispute in California over its checking procedure for motorists. Public lawyers in Los Angeles and San Francisco asserted that Uber’s statement was deceptive.

The app said that by simply settling the case, it wasn’t disclosing wrongdoing. Contrary to other cab companies, Uber doesn’t need a fingerprint test because of its motorists, that could be utilized to uncover their criminal records. It uses different databases, which merely have advice dating back seven years, in line with the BBC.

” it doesn’t assess its motorists fingerprint histories either though Uber will not claim to be the “safest drive on the highway, the BBC reports. Among its own workers had served a 26-year prison sentence for second-degree murder but registered under another name with Uber, Sky News reports.