washingtonpost.com – Follow @nancyscola Follow @kansasalps Collecting and analyzing information on its drivers’ and riders’ movements is how Uber gets rides to appear in the right part of town at exactly the right time, which is precisely what many people love about the ride-hailing app. But all that data gives the six-year-old company tremendous power. And a recent report may raise questions for consumers about how much they can trust the company with all that personal information.

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