updated 09:40 am EDT, Mon July 28, 2014
Review score of customers by Uber drivers pulled from view
The original hack by Aaron Landy involved accessing the Uber mobile site, logging in, and repeatedly pasting the same code into the browser until a pop-up appears confirming the user's name, email address, and Passenger Rating score. Uber has since adjusted the response, so it will show the first two sections, but not the score itself.
While Uber keeps the user's score to itself and drivers, in order to warn of potentially troubling passengers, it doesn't do the same for ride reviews. Scores from passengers about their journey are available to view by drivers in their dashboard app, though Uber does withhold any text included with the review, and does attempt to anonymize ratings.