Uber Technologies has taken unspecified disciplinary action against a manager for tracking a journalist’s movements, Today reports. The car-booking company had been investigating the actions of a general manager at its New York business for monitoring the whereabouts of a reporter without her permission. Meanwhile, Business Insider reports on the amount of data Uber and Lyft collect according to their Android privacy policies, and an Uber driver has filed a lawsuit in California seeking class-action status. The suit claims Uber accessed his credit report to unfairly fire him. Editor’s Note: A recent Privacy Perspectives post explored the lessons offered to privacy pros by “Ubergate.”
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