Uber installs panic button for riders to curb sexual assault
Uber is adding additional features — including a panic button — to help stop sexual assault and harassment.
The ride-sharing company has been facing accusations of sex crimes from its users directed at its drivers for years.
A class-action lawsuit, filed in November 2017, alleges that thousands of women have “endured unlawful conduct by their Uber drivers including rape, sexual assault, physical violence and gender-motivated harassment.”
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