Stalker much? Mars Arias reveals Uber’s possible privacy violation
Atty. Mars Arias is worried about data privacy after several reported Uber incidents. The abogado said that drivers who are harassing passengers have been a recurring thing since they have access to your private information.
Did you know that Uber drivers harassing passengers (specially women) through text, calls and visits to their homes and other destinations may be violating the Data Privacy Act of 2012? @Uber @Abogado_PH @LawStdntsofMNL @thecorpusjuris
— Mars Arias (@mars_arias) February 12, 2018
The abogado said that doing so makes the driver violate the Data Privacy Act of 2012. This can be seen in the acts of frequent texting, calling or visiting the rider’s home and other personal destinations.
Arias also alerted the LTFRB regarding such cases after a few of his followers concurred that this is indeed happening. The abogado is an alumnus of the UP College of Law and is now a professor in the Arellano University School of Law.
Friend to stalkers? Another million nanaman yan!