Ridesharing service Uber can’t seem to get a break. Now state prosecutors say the company’s background screening – which does not require drivers to submit fingerprints – didn’t reveal the fact that 25 drivers, who have driven thousands of customers in Los Angeles and San Francisco, had criminal records, the Los Angeles Times reports. One driver had even been convicted of second-degree murder. An Uber spokesperson said no background check is “foolproof.”

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