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Even for its success, you can still consider Uber as a new platform. Therefore, a lot of individuals are still oblivious to the terms and conditions that it has. Unless you have read their list of comprehensive policies and guidelines, you will never be so sure about their system.

One of the most crucial problems that Uber partners (or drivers) encounter with Uber is getting waitlisted. This is a frustrating thing, considering that you are not allowed to engage in their operation unless your name or vehicle number is taken out from the list.

However, this is not an issue anymore. There is a considerable number of accounts that have experienced being waitlisted or deactivated. Fortunately, the deactivation is not permanent; as long as you can address the issue correctly, the system will be able to resolve your problem in no time.

But how someone can get Uber waitlisted? Are there particular clauses that can immediately subject you to this painful predicament? The next section will clarify all these questions for you. If you are an Uber partner, make sure you pay attention to the following details.

Uber partners are always in a tight spot whenever they operate. They have to be wary of the policies that the company has implemented to them upon the signing of their applications. However, they still have to realize that this is for the smoothness and convenience of both the driver and passenger.

If you are an Uber driver, you should know that asking tips to your passengers is a big blunder. Fortunately, this doesn’t cause immediate termination. It is just a moral ethics that every driver should exercise concerning their customers.

However, if the customer is the one that handed the tip first, then by all means, accept it. That is not a violation of Uber’s policies as the company doesn’t state this in their clauses. Just prohibit yourself from requesting extra fees because that would render your vehicle to scrutiny.

If there is a person that reports to Uber that there is another individual is using your vehicle, you will immediately go to the waitlist. Uber will conduct a fair investigation of this case. The only drawback here is that the probing can take several weeks to months.

To avoid this incident, you have to make sure that your Uber vehicle will not get used by anyone except you. Moreover, if you were seen driving an Uber car that is not yours, the suspension could be hammered to you and the other partner involved.

You should be aware that letting your passengers pay through cash can kick you immediately towards the waitlist zone. If you accept this mode of payment, your account will become temporarily or permanently suspended . Permanent deactivation happens when you receive three or more complaints.

Individuals should be made aware of all purposes for which information is collected, used or disclosed. At a minimum, they must be informed of purposes in sufficient detail such as to ensure they meaningfully understand what they are invited to consent to. These purposes must be described in meaningful language, avoiding vagueness like ‘service improvement’. Purposes that are integral to the provision of the service should be distinguished from those that are not, and any available options explained. Organizations should in particular highlight any purposes that would not be obvious to the individual and/or reasonably expected based on the context.

Risk of harm and other consequences

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, for consent to be valid, it must be reasonable to expect that individuals understand the consequences of the collection, use or disclosure to which they are consenting Footnote 9 . One such consequence, about which individuals should be made clearly aware, is risk of harm – and, in particular, those residual risks which remain after an organization has applied any mitigation measures designed to minimize the risk and impact of potential harms. If there is a meaningful risk that such residual risk will materialize and will be significant, the OPC is of the view that it is a potential consequence about which individuals must be notified.

The OPC ’s premise is that if an organization identifies potential harms that may arise from the collection, use or disclosure of personal information, PIPEDA ’s accountability principle will require that the organization will seek to minimize this risk. In some cases, mitigation efforts will reduce the risk significantly. In other cases the risk will remain meaningful. Only meaningful residual risks of significant harm must be notified to individuals.

By meaningful risk, we mean a risk that falls below the balance of probabilities but is more than a minimal or mere possibility. Significant harm includes bodily harm, humiliation, damage to reputation or relationships, loss of employment, business or professional opportunities, financial loss, identity theft, negative effects on the credit record and damage to or loss of property. Footnote 10

Note that where there is a likely (probable) risk of significant harm, the intended collection, use or disclosure would generally be considered inappropriate under subsection 5(3) of PIPEDA and therefore should not be the subject of consent.

Risk of harm should be considered broadly, and in addition to harms which arise directly from the activity, can include reasonably foreseeable harms caused by bad actors or others Footnote 11 (e.g. unauthorized re-use of social media information intended for a limited audience).

Black-capped Vireo Delisted

In May 2018, the black-capped vireo was removed from the federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife. The vireo was one of the eight endangered species that the Balcones Canyonlands Conservation Plan and Balcones Canyonlands Preserve (BCP) were created to protect. The delisting does not affect the preserve – the land will continue to be preserved in perpetuity. However, landowners who wish to remove black-capped vireo habitat from their properties are no longer required to mitigate for the removal of that habitat. Before beginning a construction or clearing project, however, please check the habitat map to see if there may be endangered golden-cheeked warbler or karst invertebrate habitat on your property.

Travis County administers the public participation program on behalf of the BCCP Coordinating Committee . In this role, the County works with landowners and developers planning to develop land in endangered species habitat to mitigate “take” through participation in the BCCP. “Take” is defined by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as “to harass, harm, pursue, hunt, shoot, wound, kill, trap, capture, or collect any threatened or endangered species. Harm may include significant habitat modification where it actually kills or injures a listed species through impairment of essential behavior (e.g., nesting or reproduction)”.

The County processes applications for residential and commercial development, consults with the USFWS on actions taken by the Service, provides mitigation fee zone information, accepts mitigation fees, and issues Participation Certificates.

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manages the infrastructure mitigation program on behalf of the BCCP Coordinating Committee. This process allows for construction of roadways, utilities, and other capital improvement projects throughout the permit area.

The BCCP covers “take” of eight federally endangered species: the golden-cheeked warbler, the Tooth Cave pseudoscorpion, the Tooth Cave spider, the Tooth Cave ground beetle, the Kretschmarr Cave mold beetle, the Bee Creek Cave harvestman, the Bone Cave harvestman, and the black-capped vireo. The vireo was removed from the endangered species list in May 2018, so landowners no longer need to mitigate for the removal of its habitat on their property. The other seven species remain endangered.

While habitat of the threatened Jollyville Plateau salamander is protected on the BCP, incidental take of threatenend or endangered salamander habitat is not covered by the BCCP. If your project physically alters spring sites, potentially alters surface water or aquifer water quality or quantity, flow or other hydrologic regimes, including fill or sediment introduction to the drainages listed below, then you are advised to contact the City of Austin’s Watershed Protection and Development Review Department at (512) 974-1862 or the USFWS at (512) 490-0057 before planning or proceeding with the project.

BCCP Participation Certificate applications are processed free of charge, and are typically completed within 15 business days. You may download a Participation Application (pdf) from this web site or pick up an application in person from the Travis County’s Natural Resources Program office located on the 5th floor at 700 Lavaca in Austin Texas. Regular Business hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.

There is no application fee and submission of an application does not obligate the applicant to participate through the BCCP. Landowners always have the opportunity to consult with USFWS to address mitigation concerns.

Once a completed application is received, Travis County staff determines the cost to participate based on the mitigation fee zone maps approved by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Mitigation fee zone determinations are rounded to the nearest tenth of an acre, and assessments will be based on the amount of mitigation fee zone acreage within the entire legal tax parcel(s). Any deviation from this process may require Travis County staff to consult with USFWS and/or the BCCP Coordinating Committee, which may extend the turnaround time for processing an application.

Information required to complete an application:

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recommendations regarding the Participation Certificate mitigation fee structure since 1998. The current fees were approved by the Travis County Commissioners Court effective September 20, 2011.On May 31, 2012, the BCCP Coordinating Committee implemented the recommendation of the Citizens Advisory Committee to continue the current fee structure indefinitely.

The Citizens Advisory Committee will consider the current fee structure and make recommendations to the BCCP Coordinating Committee as needed.

The Permit holders and the USFWS have provided a range of options available to landowners as they seek to mitigate for proposed development. Special Provisions Certificates are available for landowners with lands meeting certain legal tests. Examples of these Special Provisions include the single family residential lot provision. This provision applies tolandowners wishing to construct one single-family home on a lot which was legally recorded on or before May 04, 1990, which will result in an area of disturbance of no more than 0.75 acres (approximately 32,670 square feet). Other Special Provisions such as an Agricultural Provision covering ongoing ranching and farming operations are also available.

Small landowners:
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