Uber is to contest a default judgment handed down by the Amsterdam District Court ordering the ride-sharing giant to reinstate and pay compensation to six drivers who had allegedly been dismissed by algorithmic means.
The case was brought by the App Drivers & Couriers Union (ADCU) together with Worker Info Exchange (WIE), representing five UK drivers and one Dutch driver who they claim were unlawfully dismissed following an automated decision-making process.
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