To what end? Is the report suggesting that this helps protect those privacy rights? Did the investigators ask how often it is downloaded, or the ratio of Uber app downloads to privacy-policy downloads? If they did, did they believe that told them anything about how many downloaders even looked at that policy, or for how long?
This is checklist security, where a company says, "We spelled it all out. 'Tis not our fault if no one looks at it."
How seriously does Uber take privacy? Read this report — all the way through — and you'll have a very good idea.
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