RE: Uber, Migrant Labor and the Commonality it Represents

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Uber, Migrant Labor and the Commonality it Represents

in abolition •  3 years ago  (edited)

Very nice article David.
The reluctance of cab-hustlers to emancipate and make a decent living is mind-boggling, to put it mildly. thankfully, even Uber suffers from a model of regulated centralization, and as we speak, new block-chain based alternatives are being polished up and combined with other logistical functions a la Lyft etc. As always, progress comes from technical innovation, not regulation and prohibition.

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I've never understood why people would actually prefer to pay for licensing and to be regulated. If there were not laws about driving people around in your car, some people would actually be asking for them. That's the sad truth.

I'll continue hoping that individuals will wake from their comas and fix their stupidity. I'm not too confident about it, but hopeful.