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Helpless Victims Stuck In Traffic Badgered By Uber Drones

Currently, you can get an Uber in more than 65 cities in Latin America. Uber wants to double that amount by the end of 2017. It also wants to push the carpooling UberPOOL in Mexico City—which is the company’s busiest city in the world—with drone advertisements aimed at the poor souls stuck in traffic. Really. Read more...
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