- Uber Eats received more than 8,500 demands for arbitration over the policy
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Restaurant owners are accusing Uber Eats of discrimination after the company waived delivery fees for some restaurants owned by Black people, TechCrunch reported.
Uber Eats has received more than 8,500 demands for arbitration over the policy from owners of other restaurants, who are accusing the company of replacing a just system with one that is a racially biased one. One of the complaints, according to the report, accuses Uber Eats of violating the Unruh Civil Rights Act, a law in California that protects businesses from discrimination on the basis of factors that include race.
After the killing of George Floyd in May, the company, in a bid to support the community, waived delivery fees from independent Black-owned