When you use the Lyft platform, we collect information, user information and information about your device. We also collect information about you from other sources such as third-party services and optional programs you participate in, which we can combine with other information we have about you. Here are the types of information we collect about you: you and Lyft agree to mutually agree to waive our respective rights to resolve disputes before a court by a judge or jury and agree to resolve any disputes through arbitration, as shown below. This conciliation agreement (“arbitration agreement”) is governed by federal arbitration law and is in place after the end of the agreement or the end of your relationship with Lyft. Any arbitration proceedings under this agreement take place on an individual basis; Class arbitration procedures and class actions are not permitted. Unless expressly stated below, this Arbitration Agreement applies to all claims (hereinafter referred to) between you and Lyft, including our subsidiaries, subsidiaries, parents, successors and beneficiaries of the transfer, as well as to each of our respective executives, directors, employees, representatives or shareholders. This arbitration agreement also applies to claims between you and Lyft`s service providers, including, but not exclusively, on background verification service providers and liquidators; and these service providers are considered to be the third-party beneficiaries of the arbitration agreement. Unless explicitly stated below, all disputes and claims between us (each a “claim” and collectively “claims”) are settled exclusively by a binding arbitration procedure between you and Lyft. These claims include, among other things, litigation, claims or controversies, whether based on past, present or future events, arising from or related to the following events: this agreement and earlier versions of it (including violation, termination, application, interpretation or validity of it), the Lyft platform, Rideshare services, the rental or use of bicycles or scooters via the Lyft platform , Lyft actions, gift card, recommendations or loyalty programs, any other product or service provided by the Lyft platform, your relationship with Lyft, the threat or threat of suspension, deactivation or termination of your user account or agreement, background checks made by or on behalf of Lyft, payments you have made or are allegedly due to , promotions or offers from Lyft , all cities, counties, states or federal laws on working hours, trade secrets, unfair competition, compensation, breaks and rest periods, reimbursement of expenses, irregular termination, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, fraud, defamation, emotional distress, violation of an explicit or tacit federal contract or contract , rights under federal or consumer protection laws; claims of cartels and abuse of dominance, rights under the Consumer Protection Act by telephone and the Fair Credit Information Act; and claims arising from the Uniform Trade Secrets Act, Civil Rights Act of 1964, Americans With Disabilities Act, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Older Workers Benefit Protection Act, Family Medical Leave Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, Employee Retirement Income Security Act (excluding individual rights to worker benefits under a benefit plan funded by Lyft and funded by the Employee Retirement Income Income Act of 1974) , and the statutes of the Land, if any, deal with the same or similar matters, and all other claims of federal and national and common law law.