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"Shift blame to flawed Indian system": How Uber reacted to 2014 rape case

When an Uber cab driver raped a 25-year-old passenger in Delhi in 2014, the company's first response was to "shift blame to flawed Indian background checks"

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When an cab driver raped a 25-year-old passenger in in 2014, an incident that marked the ban of the cab aggregator in the national capital and the exit of the firm's co-founder and ex-CEO Travis Kalanick, the company's first response to the was "shift blame to flawed Indian background checks."

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First Published: Tue, July 12 2022. 14:46 IST

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