Isn't this a downstream problem of education?
chainsawbuddha
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The problem is that shared economy takes advantage. You use instacart as an example; check out their recent news coverage. The CEO blatantly said that as the shoppers continue to make more money he will decrease their pay to a value he thinks is fair market. If these shared economies allowed the driving forces behind them to make descent wages, this wouldn’t be an issue. Instead the company grows, the CEO rakes in cash, and in this case he literally does it on the backs of the people that helped him, and forgets who got him there. Shady business practices all around. Some shared economy IS great or COULD be. And while I hate regulation, it’s people like Apoorva that ruin it for everyone, and provide substance to why it’s necessary.