Wednesday December 24, 2014

Uber Indicted In South Korea Two Weeks After Official Launch

If convicted, Uber drivers face two years in prison and an $18k fine. No worries though, Uber doesn't believe its "appropriate" for the South Korean government to punish drivers for trying to make a living. roll eyes (sarcastic)

Uber is facing more heat in Seoul, South Korea, where prosecutors have indicted the car service's local subsidiary with violating a public transportation law, the South Korean Yonhap News Agency reported on Wednesday. The Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office also named Uber CEO Travis Kalanick in an indictment for violating a law that prohibits unlicensed entities from providing transportation services.

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