A judge wants to kill Uber in California so it can’t be unfair to customers.
If you live in one area of town, and a business starts operating in another part of town where you don’t have easy access, how is that unfair to you? If a restaurant chain opens two restaurants in a town that is only easily accessible to forty percent of the population, how is that a detriment to the other sixty percent? The sixty percent of the town who don’t have access to the restaurant are no worse off than they were before.
But California has regulations that are going to kill Uber, the internet transportation startup. The rationale is that, if the company does not provide some kind of equal service to all people no matter where they live, then the company is guilty of sin against fairness.
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