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Uber faces fines, prison in South Korea after prosecutors indict ride-share service over taxi license violation
The Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office issued an indictment, which also named CEO Travis Kalanick, for violating a law prohibiting individuals or firms without appropriate licenses from providing or facilitating transportation services.
Submitted by solidarity on Sat, 12/20/2014 - 09:37
Reply to Jack Heyman: Setting the record straight
Report by Greg Dropkin
This is a quick and limited response to your latest piece, because I hope that some of what I say below may be discussed in your Forum tomorrow.
I want to start by correcting the misquote which opens your response to me on the question of community pickets, after the section on AROC. You write: