Seniors riding #Uber: "I still remember the first senior citizen I picked up as an Uber driver. He was 85, and visiting Los Angeles from Chicago for two weeks. The gentleman was a retired museum curator but he had graciously volunteered his time to work with a local museum..
"Due to an apparent mistake, Uber left the personal information of what appears to be hundreds of drivers exposed online, including their Social Security numbers, scans of driver licenses, tax forms, and other data."
Although Uber has repeatedly extolled drunken-driving reduction as a benefit of its service, a new study of data from across the U.S. finds ride-sharing apps have had no effect on alcohol-related traffic fatalities.