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Uber agrees to expanded settlement with FTC over 2016 data breach

Last year, Uber settled with the FTC over allegations that it hadn't protected it's customers' data in 2014, and actually misrepresented how secure that data was. Soon after that, the now-current CEO of the ride-sharing firm found evidence that his c…Read more

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