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Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Uber to Pay $148 million Over 2016 Data Breach


Uber Technologies has settled with the top legal officers in all 50 U.S. states over a data breach that the company failed to disclose in 2016.

State attorneys general said on Wednesday that Uber will pay a fine of $148 million, to be distributed in varying amounts across the states and Washington, D.C..

The settlement follows a long investigation into a data breach that exposed personal data from around 57 million accounts, including 600,000 driver's license numbers. The terms also include changes to Uber's business practices to prevent future breaches and to reform its corporate culture.

"We'll continue to invest in protections to keep our customers and their data safe and secure, and we're committed to maintaining a constructive and collaborative relationship with governments around the world," said Uber Chief Legal Officer Tony West.


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