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A class action lawsuit accuses Uber of using spyware to hack into rival Lyft’s system, and track Lyft drivers without their permission.
Plaintiff Michael Gonzales contends that starting in 2014 and continuing through early 2016, Uber was in direct competition with Lyft for both drivers and customers in the private taxi market.
To give it a leg up over its rival, Uber allegedly created fake accounts on Lyft and used software to fool the Lyft app into providing details on up to eight actual Lyft drivers in any given area.
The complaint states that by strategically placing these fake Lyft users throughout a city, Uber could get current data on where Lyft drivers were. In addition, because each Lyft driver had a unique ID tag, Uber could determine individual drivers and map their behavior.