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Uber Allegedly Paid to Keep Data Breach a Secret

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Soooo….. Looks like designated drivers will get their places back now that this has hit the news.

Apparently, Uber experienced a data breach over a year ago.  It is said to have affected 57 million customers.

Now, many companies experience such things, and customers are usually notified. This gives them an opportunity to keep a close watch on future transactions.  However, Uber didn’t notify its customers.  In fact, the company is said to have paid $100,000 to hackers to keep their mouths closed! What kinda foolishness is THAT?

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