Uber still thinks it’s easier to say “I’m sorry” than to ask for permission.

Uber still thinks it’s easier to say “I’m sorry” than to ask for permission.

Hong Kong Police Raid Uber Offices, Arrest Drivers

Uber’s worldwide expansion plans have hit yet another legal bump. Five Uber drivers were arrested in Hong Kong yesterday, allegedly for operating without a hire car permit and driving without proper insurance. Two of Uber’s local offices were also raided and three staff members detained, according to the the South China Morning Post.

Source: TechCrunch




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