A group of Uber drivers have filed a legal case in Amsterdam claiming that the platform’s algorithm unfairly dismissed them from the service without appeal. Dutch news outlet NOS reports that four Uber drivers, three British and one Portuguese, filed the case at a district court yesterday. The drivers say automated firing is not allowed and according to European law, there must be human intervention before such an important decision is made. Uber is contesting the claims, and told the BBC that humans had intervened before the drivers’ accounts were deactivated. “As part of our regular processes, the drivers in this…

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