To Protect Legitimate Interests, Seattle Should Cap All Forms of Innovation Immediately
In a 9-0 decision Monday, the Seattle City Council voted to cap the number of UberX, Sidecar and Lyft drivers on our streets — to protect the legitimate interests of taxi companies and the revenue they create for our city.
So, I thought we should come up with 10 other important limits that we as a city can and should place on new technology-based business models. Here they are:
To protect the legitimate interests of the U.S. Postal Service and keep the price of stamps reasonable for our citizens, the City should … Continue reading