Uber Goes Right to Users' Phones When It Wants Lawmakers to JumpBy
App sends political messages and appeals directly to its users
It creates a lobbyist-in-your-pocket for the sharing economy
Uber customers in Austin, Texas, who ordered cars last month got a political prod, right on their phones: the option of a $50 horse-and-buggy ride.
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