Uber admits covering up 2016 hacking, avoids prosecution

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Uber admits covering up 2016 hacking, avoids prosecution

In US settlement.

Uber Technologies has accepted responsibility for covering up a 2016 data breach that affected 57 million passengers and drivers, as part of a settlement with US prosecutors to avoid criminal charges. In entering a non-prosecution agreement, Uber admitted that its personnel failed to report the ...

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