Uber CEO Says He Won’t Wait for Regulations

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Uber plans to "aggressively roll out new ridesharing features" first and ask for permission from government agencies later, according to the Sacramento Business Journal.

If Uber does something and government does nothing, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick will take that as "tacit approval," the newspaper reported.

District attorneys in San Francisco and Los Angeles are cracking down on the ride-providing company for allegedly breaking four areas of California law, including breaking pricing rules and failing to conduct proper background checks of its drivers.

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