Uber and Lyft confirm drivers can’t broadcast videos of passengers after a string of privacy incidents

Both Uber and Lyft have confirmed that they do not allow drivers to stream or publish videos of passengers. In October, Uber took heat after a group of Ottawa Senators hockey players were recorded bad-mouthing a coach by an Uber driver. In July, a driver in St. Louis was found to have streamed hundreds of rides on Twitch. 

Recording and publishing videos of riders is against the rules for Uber and Lyft drivers, the companies

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