Makes for good reading.

uberdriverfornow

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it doesnt matter what happens here cause its going all the way to the supreme court

companies should not be able to force arbitration in any case involving employment status, it's that simple

this should be common sense
 

Grahamcracker

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it doesnt matter what happens here cause its going all the way to the supreme court

companies should not be able to force arbitration in any case involving employment status, it's that simple

this should be common sense
No one forced anyone to agree with Uber's arbitration. They opted into it. No one is forcing anyone to drive for Uber.
 

Grahamcracker

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No driver has ever opted into arbitration. You either opt out or you're automatically opted in(according to Uber, that is).
I specifically remember when I had the choice to either agree to arbitration or I can't go back online. I chose to go online. However, I opted out of arbitration within the allotted time
 
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