Episode 2.09 Hi, We’re the Internet.

Ridesharing, Disruption, Regulation, and Zero-Sum Games

Tagged: ethics, regulation, technology

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Show Notes

Chris and Stephen use Chris’s first two ridesharing experiences as a jumping-off point to discuss services like Uber and Lyft from a host of angles: ethical, financial, technological, social, legal, and personal. Put on your seatbelts, folks: this one’s a long one.

Note: Chris told the drivers of his Lyft and Uber rides that he was going to talk about his experience on this podcast, and they agreed to talk with him.

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