Ride-hailing company Lyft Inc. has ended forced arbitration for sexual assault cases brought by passengers, drivers and employees, following an announcement earlier Tuesday that competitor Uber Technologies Inc. has done the same.

In addition to taking away forced arbitration, San Francisco-based Lyft said in a statement Tuesday that passengers, drivers and employees who say that they have been victims of sexual assault will also no longer face a confidentiality requirement.

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