Uber Could Record Rides in the U.S.
The company will first test the program in Latin America, by allowing users to "activate an audio recording on any trip or all trips," according to Siddiqui. "Riders and drivers will not be able to listen back."
"In an interview with The Post, Sachin Kansal, Uber’s head of safety products, said the feature is expected to help prove the truth of what happened on a ride, allowing the company to take decisive action," writes Siddiqui. Whether Uber undertakes investigations into lapses in driver conduct in the name of safety rather than to protect itself from liability is a question very much raised by the article.