Ride-sharing app Uber could soon be back in court, this time for concerns over privacy for users of the ride-sharing app.
Privacy rights group the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) is filing a complaint against Uber with the Federal Trade Commission over the app's ability to track users' locations even if the app is closed and its use of users' address books.
The post says, "In either case, users will be in control: they will be able to choose whether to share the data with Uber."
The privacy group is skeptical though, saying "These statements could lead users to believe that that they can choose to not share location data with the company after downloading the app, which is not true."
Uber has found itself under government scrutiny before, fighting in cities around the world to get a break from taxi laws.
"Same right, same rules. Same rights, same rules."
The changes in privacy settings, barring an FTC holdup, will go into effect July 15.