Uber faces slew of investigations in wake of 'outrageous' data hack cover-up
- US, UK, Australia and Philippines to investigate hack that affected 57m people
- Global nature of breach exposes Uber to potential liability in many regions
Uber is facing government scrutiny around the world in the wake of its admission it concealed a massive data breach affecting 57 million drivers and passengers.
The $68bn ride-hailing company acknowledged Tuesday that hackers had stolen the personal information in October 2016, and that Uber had paid them $100,000 to destroy the information and keep the breach quiet.Continue reading...