I’m afraid I’m a bit confused here.
Jeff Kirk

I seem to have missed out the important part in my previous comment.

What I meant to say is that it’s probably legal for Uber to do whatever they have done using their code to “hell-ban” their users thanks to the terms they have agreed to upon installing the app or registering their account.

Then comes the justice system which I admit I am not that familiar with, there may be laws which precedes, overrides or conflicts with the agreed terms of the users and if it does fall into a trial by jury, the decision will be made by the people. Hence my emphasis on how public opinion matters more than the actual legitimacy.

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