you may have noticed a recent news story in Beijing: from January this year, Beijing will focus on the main law enforcement forces to focus on the use of various types of illegal operation of the car called the black car". Once found, will be severely punished according to law, high limit penalties. In addition to the "one car" and "car drops" and "easy to car", some time ago just reached a strategic cooperation agreement with Baidu’s Uber service in Beijing because has not obtained the operation qualification and have been investigated in danger.
car through technological innovation called idle vehicles, ensuring that more people can hit the car out, while their subsidy mechanism can effectively maintain the driver’s service level for the whole city traffic efficiency is positive. But even so, the car had become the target of the regulators, the name is also justified — illegal operation. Not only from the end of last year, Beijing, Shanghai, Shenyang, Nanjing, Zibo City, has been banned car.
backed Baidu, Tencent, Alibaba, Uber and other Internet giants limousine service also did not give up, today you are in Beijing, Shanghai can still be used normally this several service. Can foreknow they will continue to hire car rental companies by carpooling, etc. cut into the market.
the car was banned just a microcosm of the past year and a series of regulatory conflict technology company. Many companies even attracted the lawsuit. Airbnb, today’s headlines, Bilibili and other different sizes, different countries are listed in the technology companies.
behind every lawsuit, maybe you can see some subversive stuff from the practices of the company: for example, using advanced technology to solve old problems, such as the user is exploring new demand has been met, such as excessive lag behind the innovation itself or legal supervision.
think Napster 15 years ago. – this is when CD is still popular, first appeared on the world wide application of point-to-point MP3 music sharing service. Since then, people have been able to enjoy more convenient streaming music for free – even though everyone knows that the music that is transcribed from other forms is almost pirated.
December 1999, on behalf of the five major record companies by the recording industry association of America sued Napster, the latter after losing to the music and the copyright owner paid a total of $36 million fine, and unable to get up after a fall into bankruptcy. But now, to provide users with the idea of streaming music has long been used by genuine providers, and even the emergence of such a more disruptive iTunes store products.
is the market for illegal services, sometimes a tool used to maintain effective operation of the existing service — through the impact of continuous adjustment of obsolete or existing legal boundaries, or government regulation, law and the three party.