Uber staff 'use app to stalk ex-partners and celebs', ex-employee claims

Uber staff 'use app to stalk ex-partners and celebs', ex-employee claims

A former employee of taxi hailing app Uber has claimed that staff used the app to track the movements of celebrities and ex-partners.

Ward Spangenberg, a former investigator for Uber, was fired by the firm earlier this year. The Evening Standard reports that Spangenberg is now suing his former employer for wrongful termination and age discrimination.

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