CNBC reports four U.K.-based Uber drivers have filed a lawsuit against the ride-hailing company for alleged violations of the EU General Data Protection Regulation. The drivers claim they asked Uber for information such as their trip ratings, their individual GPS data and the amount of time they spent logged into Uber’s platform; however, the four state the company never fulfilled any of their data requests. “Our privacy team works hard to provide as much information as we can, including explanations when we can't provide certain data (because) the data doesn't exist or disclosing it would infringe on the rights of another person under [the] GDPR,” an Uber spokesperson said via email. “U.K. citizens also have the right to escalate their concerns by contacting Uber's Data Protection Officer or the ICO for additional review.”
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