Uber to hide dropoff locations so sketchy drivers don’t know where you live
In a small change which could improve the peace of mind of its passengers, Uber will now obscure the exact pick-up and drop-off locations in its drivers’ records. What it is: After this feature goes live, drivers will no longer have a record of precisely where they picked you up and dropped you off. Instead the app will show them the general vicinity of each location. According to Gizmodo, this feature will roll out around the same time as Uber’s new driver app is out for everyone, which should be within the next few weeks. The details: Uber’s making the change in order… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Uber
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