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Uber continues to face scrutiny over its background check policies, this time in the form of a class-action lawsuit started by two unidentified women, who allege that they were sexually assaulted by Uber drivers.

The complaint filed by the two plaintiffs accuses Uber of engaging in "unlawful" and "fraudulent" conduct by misrepresenting the safety of its ride-hailing service. The lawsuit argues that Uber's lax background check policies allow dangerous individuals to get jobs driving for the company, and thus get access to potential victims. The suit also takes issue with Uber's marketing of ride-hailing as safe transportation for people who have been drinking.



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Assault On Uber Passengers Spurns Class Action Lawsuit

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