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Non-licensed private hire cab drivers park their cars as they stage a protest against the government's decision about their sector, on the Place de la Republique square in Paris on February 4, 2016, a week after angry French taxi drivers blocked key roads to protest against competition they judge unfair. The French Transportation ministry has sent formal notices last week to twenty of the transport network platforms (Uber, SnapCar, Driver-Private..) to remind them that the Loti (public transport on demand) licenses that regulate transportation, easier to get than the VTC (private hire cars) driving cards, applies only to collective transport, cars that carry at least two passengers. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON / AFP / THOMAS SAMSON 0

De quoi l’ubérisation est-elle le nom ?

Le député PS de l’Ardèche, Pascal Terrasse, a remis aujourd’hui au Premier ministre Manuel Valls son rapport sur l’économie collaborative. Souvent qualifiée d’ »ubérisée », en référence à l’application de VTC Uber, pour désigner le fait...