Crash that claimed the life of a 6-year-old raised questions about passenger safety on ride-hailing services.
The car-hailing service says a US-based company cannot be sued in a "dispute involving an alleged wrong committed by one Indian citizen against another Indian citizen, in India."
Technically Incorrect: The comedy-video site can't help offering what it believes is a true and extremely cutting (non)apology from the tech world's most benign company.
The ride-hailing service will help the India-based safety-tracking app collect more information about various areas in New Delhi.
The panic button comes a couple of months after a woman was allegedly raped in India while using the car-hailing service.
The woman, who remains unidentified, is seeking damages and new safety practices to lessen the chances of crimes occurring in Uber vehicles.
After a slew of alleged assaults by drivers for taxi companies and ride-hailing services, firms like AsterRide and Shuddle are looking to increase passenger safety.
After an Uber driver allegedly rapes a woman in Boston, the ride-sharing service's background checks come under scrutiny.
Local police say they will take legal action against the on-demand ride service over alleged driver and vehicle violations.
When you agree to Uber's terms and conditions, you basically sign your life away, consumer advocates say. So then, what happens when a driver hits you on the head with a hammer, as one passenger claims?