Last week, Uber said hackers compromised personal data from some 57 million riders and drivers worldwide in a breach kept hidden for a year.
The Tel Aviv District Court on Monday, 9 Kislev, ruled against Uber operating in Israel.
"It remains illegal for unregistered private drivers to ferry passengers in return for payment, as numerous private Uber drivers operate without studying safety regulations and undergoing any form of testing", the report added.
An Israeli court on Monday banned the global ride-sharing service Uber from operating in Israel because the company uses drivers reportedly lacking proper licenses and insurances.
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"They put passengers in danger because they don't have insurance".
Despite this, Uber's taxi service, separate from the ride-sharing program, will be allowed to continue.
"We are committed to working with the Israeli authorities to explore how technology can improve our cities with safe and affordable transportation alternatives". It now operates in about 600 cities worldwide. It has faced resistance from traditional taxi operators and regulators. Up until the court's ruling, Uber continued operating its services despite the disapproval of the Israeli Transportation Ministry, which claims that the discounted transportation service company is breaking the law. In mid-January, the Israeli Transportation Ministry's trial against Uber will begin, demanding the immediate cessation of the company's activity in Israel and that a fine be imposed for criminal activity.