Uber sued by drivers over ‘automated robo-firing’

On Uber’s claims that its termination decisions are made by humans, Mr Ekker said: “If it is automated decision-making, then the GDPR says they must have legal grounds to use such technology, and they must give drivers the possibility to object to an automated decision, which they clearly did not do.”

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