Uber, Lyft drivers in CA closer to employment, AppleCare now offered as a subscription
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California Senate passed legislation Tuesday that can allow for drivers of line sharing services like Uber and Lift to be classified as employees rather than independent contractors.
This will give workers more protection like overtime, minimum wage, and the right to union.
It's now up to Governor Gavin Newsom to decide.
AppleCare is now available as a monthly subscription.
The announcement comes during a very busy week for the company with the debut of the iPhone 11 family of devices.
iPhone owners can now either pay the upfront cost of AppleCare or spread it out in monthly installments.
You can expect to pay more in the long run.
And finally, the Department of Justice has announced the results of a massive international operation to stop email scammers.
Of the 281 arrests made in the four month sting, 167 originated from Nigeria, 74 in the US, and other scattered across Europe, Asia and other areas.
Scams ranged from praying on potential romantic partners, lottery winnings, real estate and more.
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