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Strong net neutrality rules should keep the Internet open, dynamic and spontaneous for all, the companies said.
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A better ratings system will give hosts and guests more information, and hopefully lead to fewer surprises.
The creator of SpaceX and Tesla Motors didn't fully fund the project, but Elon Musk has donated $1 million to the future Tesla Science Center.
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The city’s Taxi and Limousine Commission says the ride-sharing app isn’t authorized to operate in New York.
The domain will go on sale July 24, with an opening bid of $185,000
An agreement with New York’s attorney general means Uber is limited to how much it can gouge you during storms or disasters.
Uber has faced little competition from ride-sharing apps in NYC until now: Lyft is rolling out service in the outer boroughs this week with free rides.
New Yorkers and San Franciscans are benefitting from Uber’s record-breaking fundraising round with fresh price cuts.
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