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There's nothing resembling a "sharing economy" in an Uber interaction. You pay a corporation to send a driver to you, and it pays that driver a variable weekly wage. Sharing can really only refer to one of three occurrences. It can mean giving something away as a gift, like: "Here, take some of my food."
Reversing the Lies of the Sharing Economy - How We Get To Next 
Added 2 years ago by Francis Tseng
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Reversing the Lies of the Sharing Economy - How We Get To Next 
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There's nothing resembling a "sharing economy" in an Uber interaction. You pay a corporation to send a driver to you, and it pays that driver a variable weekly wage. Sharing can really only refer to one of three occurrences. It can mean giving something away as a gift, like: "Here, take some of my food."
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