Uber’s code isn’t “clearly illegal.”
Jeff Kirk

In response to your first point, Uber probably got some privacy policy or terms and conditions which all its users agreed to when they downloaded the app or registered an account. At the end of the day, I would think that the opinions of the public matter more than the legitimacy of the act.

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