Congress Should Not Follow California’s Example With PRO Act

I find it amusing that advocates against the #proact and #ab5 always seem to claim that: #Gigeconomy workers like the ability to be their own bosses, set their own schedules, and work as much as they choose. Source: Wayne Winegarden

Yet, none of them mention that #gigworkers do not set prices for their services.

Crickets suddenly chirp at night when the conversation turns to #pricefixing between the #platform and #independent #contractors outside the #firm

This dude actually gets pretty close to admitting that Uber and Lyft engage in #pricesetting to violate the #shermanact by “creating mutually-beneficial exchanges that enable buyers to purchase products or services at lower prices, while ensuring a profitable outcome for the gig worker.”

#ecommerce #prop22 #ridehailing #futureofwork #laborlaw #antitrust

Author: Litesand

Antitrust, real estate, e-commerce, fintech, proptech, bigtech

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