Li – who describes herself as an “ambivalent taxi driver” – received a number of calls from Uber users after the ride-hailing service’s policy changed that brought self-driving cars into its fold, according to the newspaper. Her central thesis is that riders and drivers alike should be more closely aware of the work involved when using a ridesharing service, including “opt-in” and “opt-out” mechanisms that remove trackers from the end user’s smartphones, but only when these are in use.

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