Regarding Uber

Adam Greenfield writes about the hegemonic “overt ideology” and disruptive “differential permissioning” that characterizes the business/social practices of the company.

He concludes;

The four values enumerated above make Uber a prime generator of the patterns of spatialized injustice Stephen Graham has called ‘software-sorted geographies,’ although it does so in a way unencompassed by Graham’s original account…Consciously or not, though, every such integration acts to normalize the Randian solipsism, the fratboy misogyny, and the sneering disdain for the very notion of a public good that saturates Uber’s presentation of its identity“.

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