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We provide local taxis, airport transfers and long distance cabs or tours, which come with top quality and also the best standard of service at the cheapest rate taxi fare. Our Milton Keyne taxi service, fare prices are so good and you are guaranteed to get a no fuss and a no hassle taxi service with us. So if you are coming or going to or from Milton Keynes or other areas nearby or anywhere in the UK, we can provide you with a smart reliable friendly Mk driver to transfer you,to where ever you’re going and also transfer you back from your destination with a great price and deal on waiting around for you, if you need to return sameday.

When you are traveling to an airport and if you book both ways on an airport trip, you can even get a discount, if this is an airport booking. No one else in the City of Mk does this where you can get 25% off. We aim to build a rewards programme this way with our customers so everyone can make use of the unique benefits, that only we offer and save money big when you need airport transfers.

Based in Milton Keynes, Cybercabz offer a first class taxi, cab service to the surrounding areas, our fully licensed drivers are experienced professionals with first rate customer service skills. We pride ourselves on our impeccable promptness and we will drive you to your destination in a safe timely manner.

Our taxi service is second to none and we can transport you around Milton Keynes or London in comfort, our drivers are able to drive you to all the Landmarks such as Big Ben and Buckingham palace, we can also inform you of other places of interest. E.g Legoland, Thorpe Park, Heathrow layovers, Tour of London, Tour of Windsor, London visits and a day trip to a Stonehenge

Author Clive Pinder

2 December 2017

Uber To Staff: I Know You're Not Spying On Anyone, But Please Do Not Spy On Anyone



Uber has historically gotten an edge on its competition by deploying some unsavory practices—like spying on individuals. But the company’s new chief legal officer has a message to employees who may still be surveiling humans to get ahead: “Stop it now.”

The new executive, Tony West, who just filled one of the company’s vacant leadership spots, sent an email to Uber’s security team asking that they make sure that they are no longer spying on individuals as a means to outpace rivals, according to an email obtained by Recode. Uber confirmed to Gizmodo that the email was sent from West. In the memo (shown in part below), West also notes that he believes Uber’s staff is no longer engaging in this type of recon today.

“Dara [Khosrowshahi, Uber’s new CEO] and I are still learning the details about the extent of these operations and who was involved in directing them, but suffice it to say there is no place for such practices or that kind of behavior at Uber,” West wrote in his email, which Recode obtained. “We don’t need to be following folks around in order to gain some competitive advantage.”

“My understanding is that this behavior no longer occurs at Uber; that this truly is a remnant of the past,” he continued. “And I have not learned anything in the last couple of days that suggests otherwise. But, to be crystal clear, to the extent anyone is working on any kind of competitive intelligence project that involves the surveillance of individuals, stop it now.”

Two Uber security execs—Mat Henley and Nick Gicinto—testified this week that the company did closely surveil its competitors. Henley revealed that he asked staffers to gather intel on the routes taken by a rival autonomous car manufacturer. Gicinto said he got an audio recording of employees at rival ride-hailing companies overseas.

West’s email signals that the company is not only publicly trying to clean up its image, but also attempting to ensure its internal practices are more wholesome.

Aside from these instances of overt surveillance, Uber has also come under fire recently for grossly incompetent security practices. It was revealed last week that the ride-sharing service had kept a major 2016 data breach secret, one that affected 57 million accounts. The company paid the hackers $100,000 to keep quiet about the breach.



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