Uber apologises to Brazilians for 2016 massive data breach
Updated : April 14, 2018 06:20 PM IST
In an email to the users, the ride-sharing company admitted that their names, emails and cellphone numbers had been seized by hackers in the incident,
Uber was accused of having paid the hackers to hide the lapse for over a year.
The company paid hackers $100,000 to destroy the stolen data of 57 million users worldwide.
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