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- University of Ballaratdropped out, 1973
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Idle gossip and a few articles from around the web indicate that Uber treats its drivers badly and there is no recourse.
I think governments worldwide are missing the point of Uber and that governments should assume the Uber role and nosering the taxi companies into a larger, graded service.
What do you think? Given the QLD governments apparent inability to manage tech infrastructure, I don't think it will ever happen but I reckon government intervention and regulation is the logical course of action
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