Uber shifts policy for alleged sexual misconduct on service

Riders and drivers can now file allegations in courts and mediation, rather than just arbitration.

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Ian Terry / The Herald Mikaelin Hann, 6, of Everett, gives a gigantic Ironman toy a playful kick during the grand opening of Funko in downtown Everett on Saturday, Aug. 19. Photo taken on 08192017
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The toymaker is throwing a block party at its flagship store in downtown Everett on Saturday.

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