Uber hits PANIC BUTTON after India threatens to BAN dial-a-car outfit – The Register


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Uber hits PANIC BUTTON after India threatens to BAN dial-a-car outfit
The Register
Dial-a-car firm Uber is addressing safety complaints in India by giving users a "panic button" to call police, amid reports suggesting the service may soon be banned in the state of Maharashtra, where Uber operates in the cities of Mumbai and Pune.
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