Lyft releases first safety report finding more than 4,000 sexual assaults dating back to 2017

“We acknowledge that sexual assault is chronically underreported, and it might probably generally be months or years earlier than a survivor is able to come ahead and report what occurred — in the event that they select to take action in any respect,” the corporate wrote. “Understanding this, Lyft included any incident reported in 2017, 2018 and 2019, no matter when the incident was reported to have occurred. Lyft deliberately makes use of broad definitions … to categorise situations of sexual assault.” | Lyft releases first security report discovering greater than 4,000 sexual assaults relationship again to 2017


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