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Man blames and sues Uber for ruining his marriage

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lilly
1026 Rider Guru
 Posted 5 years, 7 months ago

"A French businessman claims Uber broke up his marriage — so he’s suing the company for more than $56 million.The unidentified man, who hails from Côte d’Azur in the south of France, says his problems began when he used his wife’s cellphone to log into the app-based taxi company. A technical glitch allowed his wife to be notified of his travels, including pickup and drop-off points — even after he logged out of the app, he claimed. His wife accused him of cheating, and ultimately filed for divorce"

http://nypost.com/2017/02/09/man-blames-uber-for-ruining-his-marriage/

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    CTG07
    223 Rider
     5 years ago

    Maybe he shouldnt have been cheating...

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      ippei
      1202 Rider Driver Guru
       5 years ago

      It reminds me of this famous scene.

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    RPaulson
    559 Driver
     5 years ago

    I don't mean to sound like this douche but what the heck is the bug?  The suspense is killing me.

    How was she getting the notifications?  Just logged into the account once but still kept getting them after logged out?

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      TonyAlmeida
      1149 Rider
       5 years ago

      Forget that!  I'm more curious about how he can ask for $40M. Like is that his alimony payment?  Emotional distress?   How much is this dude worth?

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    BeMatt
    135 Rider
     5 years ago

    I still don't feel bad for Uber.

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      kitkat22
      222 Rider
       5 years ago

      I wonder how many court cases are open against Uber right now. Over/Under 1,000?

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        CasPer
        330 Rider
         5 years ago

        Way over. Come on. 

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          CasPer
          330 Rider
           5 years ago

          Also Uber is not the type to settle. 

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    Kenyon
    55 Rider
     5 years ago

    People will sue for anything.