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After Uber stopped work in South Korea due to problems with the authorities, the court continued the case against Travis Kalanick and about 30 people suspected of organizing an illegal taxi.

Not all defendants are related to Uber: South Korea confronts most such services because thinks that they can be dangerous for users. The Court emphasizes that Uber does not check the drivers well enough on what may be questionable, especially considering the state of taxi services in some parts of the world.

Travis Kalanick (CEO of Uber) refuses to set foot on Korean soil, which could force the court to declare him missing. Read more about what is happening with Uber and South Korea here.

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