Uber admits to hiding 2016 data breach exposing riders and drivers, avoids prosecution

Uber has admitted to hiding a major 2016 data breach that exposed its drivers and riders in a new settlement the ride-sharing company made to avoid prosecution, according to the Justice Department.


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