Reflecting on Susan Fowler’s Reflections
Aimee Lucido

So when will you give up on Uber? It has been two years since the threats against Sarah Lacey, the people responsible are still in charge, and the reactions are still the same: it’s only a (PR) problem when stuff leaks. Do you really believe a company with such an aggressive bro-culture straight from the top is going to change?

Isn’t a major part of the problem the lack of actual consequences? Nobody except the victim quits, nobody gets fired, no money is lost, the media finds another story, live goes on.

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