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|<p>“Operators like Uber must understand that they have an ethical and social policy that matches societies’ expectations of fair and honest treatment… For far too long the public have considered drivers as almost ‘ghosts’. They are not seen as educated or with the same needs, aspirations and desires as the rest of the public.”</p>|
|<p>Frank Pasquale and Siva Vaidhyanathan explain that companies like Google, Facebook, and Uber think themselves above the law, and ignore it as part of “corporate nullification:”</p>|
|<p>Frank Pasquale and Siva Vaidhyanathan explain that <a href='http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/jul/28/uber-lawlessness-sharing-economy-corporates-airbnb-google'>companies like Google, Facebook, and Uber think themselves above the law</a>, and ignore it as part of “corporate nullification:”</p>|
|<p>“it’s a libertarian-inspired attempt to establish their services as popular well before regulators can get around to confronting them. Then, when officials <a href='http://www.thenation.com/article/what-sharing-economy-takes/'>push back</a>, they can appeal to their consumer-following to push regulators to surrender.”</p>|
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