FLIRTY UBER DRIVER SEARCHED FOR PASSENGER USING INFO IN THE APP, IS THIS ETHICAL?

Our reader was unhappy with an Uber driver who tried to hit on a passenger after the ride by looking for her using the personal details in the app. Do you think this is ethical? Is there a rule to stop drivers from misusing their passengers’ personal information?

“This fella was the uber driver that my brother’s gf took when she booked uberpool. After the ride ended, he tried his luck searching for her name on FB as per her name in the uber app, he tried to add and strike up a conversation. Hrmm, so basically our details in the uberapp can be used privately for personal satisfaction outside? I don’t really care about any positive or negative comments. Me and my bro just want to hunt this clown down…”

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