Uber and Ola ordered to be more transparent over algorithmic decisions

Uber and Ola ordered to be more transparent over algorithmic decisions

An Amsterdam court has ordered Uber and Ola to be more transparent about the data they use as the basis for decisions on suspensions, wage penalties and work allocation, in a ruling that breaks new ground on the rights of workers subject to algorithmic management.

James Farrar and Yaseen Aslam, who won a landmark victory against Uber in the UK’s Supreme Court last month, led the action by a group of UK drivers and a Portuguese driver, who brought three separate cases against the ride-hailing companies seeking fuller access to their personal data.

In a mixed ruling, the Amsterdam District Court said Uber should give two drivers accused of fraudulent activity access to…

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