Uber to pay US$148 million to settle data breach cover-up with US states

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Uber to pay US$148 million to settle data breach cover-up with US states

Biggest breach payout ever.

Uber will pay US$148 million (A$203.9 million) for failing to disclose a massive data breach in 2016, marking a costly resolution to one of the biggest embarrassments and legal tangles the ride-hailing company has suffered. The settlement with 50 US states and Washington, D.C. brings closure to ...

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