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#DeleteUber for Good

It’s not that there shouldn’t be worker cooperatives in ride-hailing and delivery; it just means they shouldn’t take on the burden of reforming broken organizational structures. In the United Kingdom, Dan Hind has proposed the creation of a British Digital Cooperative that would essentially be a BBC for the twenty-first century, tasked with creating public platforms, software, and digital resources with effective democratic oversight and a mission to partner with local communities across the country.

Publication date: 2019-10-11
Parent publication: Jacobin
Publication URL: https://www.jacobinmag.com/2019/10/delete-uber-independent-contractor-worker-classification

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