A judge has ruled that decades-old provisions governing the carriage of passengers for money do indeed apply to Uber. Photo: Winson Wong A judge has ruled that decades-old provisions governing the carriage of passengers for money do indeed apply to Uber. Photo: Winson Wong
A judge has ruled that decades-old provisions governing the carriage of passengers for money do indeed apply to Uber. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong judge says Uber’s operations ‘well within mischief’ covered by law, rules drivers did indeed violate permit regulations

  • Explaining court’s refusal to overturn convictions of 24 drivers, judge Joseph Fok argues decades-old laws governing carriage of passengers do apply to Uber’s model
  • Fok reasons Uber drivers still violated statute, even if they ‘have no separate agreement with the passengers being carried’

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
A judge has ruled that decades-old provisions governing the carriage of passengers for money do indeed apply to Uber. Photo: Winson Wong A judge has ruled that decades-old provisions governing the carriage of passengers for money do indeed apply to Uber. Photo: Winson Wong
A judge has ruled that decades-old provisions governing the carriage of passengers for money do indeed apply to Uber. Photo: Winson Wong
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