Uber will kick low-rated riders off the platform, Death Stranding release date revealed
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Uber will begin to boot writers from the platform that continuously receive bad marks from drivers.
Company says they'd have to, quote, develop a significantly below average rating.
Over the years, Uber drivers have reported all kinds of horror stories about destructive writers.
And now, the company is adding accountability for unacceptable behavior.
News aggregator app Flipboard fell victim to hacks that exposed and possibly allowed user's account information to be copied for about nine months.
The info revealed include user's names, encrypted passwords and email addresses.
No financial or personal info was link out as the app doesn't collect that kind of information.
And finally PlayStation 4 owners got a surprise for reveal, as an extended trailer for the highly anticipated Hideo Kojima game, death straining was released as well as November eighth release date.
A 2019 debut for the game seemed unlikely up until the live stream.
With [INAUDIBLE] trending hitting this year though, it's safe to assume other big exclusive titles like the Last of Us II have to wait to 2020.
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