Report: Uber uses GPS to punish drivers in China who get close to protests


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#2

from everything I’ve read about Uber I refuse to believe they needed to be leaned on by the government to put this into action.


#3

Charter of Human Rights v2 should definitely include the right of an employee to exercise their conscience.


#4

This is a double-edged proposal. May result in a clerk of the only pharmacy in town refusing to sell you the emergency contraception you just need. Or any other med they consider “wrong” according to their “conscience”/biases.

Or this:


#5

Best give up your individual liberties to your employer, then. They’ll know what’s best to do with them.


#6

You can’t win.

Should a pharmacy clerk be allowed to screw over a customer because of “conscience”? Because that’s where it would lead, in the Bible Belt at least.


#7

Yeah, but you’re used to thinking of corporations as agnostic entities,


#8

Yup. You cannot win either way, something else has to be figured out.


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