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Submitted by AgentWhite 820d ago | news

A Feisty Start-Up Is Met With Regulatory Snarl

The New York Times : Summoning a taxi or car service with your smartphone feels like the future. City governments around the world can agree on that. But many of them are proposing new rules that would run Uber, one of the most prominent ride-requesting apps, off the road. (Phones, Services, Smartphone)

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