Uber has achieved strong growth in the Australian market in six years of operation, with nearly 4.3 million people aged 14+ now travelling in an average three months, as the the ride-sharing service continues to take marketshare from taxis.
Waves of DNS hijackings over the past three months, aimed at consumer-grade routers mostly from D-Link, have been diverting traffic from a number of well-known domains and directing them elsewhere.
A union has demanded the Federal Government investigate the ride-sharing firm Uber after a program on the ABC on Monday night exposed the fact that the company escaped scrutiny by authorities and used spyware to get rid of business rivals.
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