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Founder Lenny Young said he had been so frustrated while using the rudimentary wireless Web services that he gave up and called a Net-connected friend with questions. He decided there might be enough other people like him in the wired world to make a business of the idea. "Now that the Internet has become a part of life, I want it all the time," Young said. The service will employ a staff of human surfers to answer phones 24 hours a day and read back stock quotes, news headlines or launch more sophisticated Web research tasks for clients who don't have time to perform the searches themselves, Young said.

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"Black taxis go through very strict regulation in order to get the privilege (of picking up passengers on the street) including five years of studying and experience to do the Knowledge, Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checks, and more. Private hire vehicles or minicabs do not, which is why they have to have a prior booking when picking up passengers. "If they are found touting their business or behaving like a Hackney cab or taxi on the street, they would be prosecuted, so why are Uber simply allowed to use an app to get round that?""You wouldn't let someone start running trains without any checks," Pleeth points out, "just because they have an app and the regulatory rules haven't been updated to take that into account. So why do it to taxis? In theory we could open an app tomorrow and not abide by any rules. Which rules are there to be enforced? It's really a very simple issue to fix.""Other cities around the globe have understood this and are ahead of the game," says Pleeth. "They are stating in their legal rulings: you can run a taxi business, you just need to have a proper taxi license."Industry body the Licensed Taxi Drivers Association is holding a demonstration on 11 June, calling for cabbies to block the streets in protest against the Uber situation. The LTDA's General Secretary Steve Mcnamara says "TfL's seeking of a judicial direction over the meter aspect of Uber's operation does not address more serious concerns over issues around Uber drivers accepting bookings in the car and not through a licensed operating centre or a licensed operator. This means Uber drivers will continue to operate in breach of the Private Hire Vehicles (London) Act 1998 and could be uninsured.