Australia Says Uber ‘Interfered’ With Users’ Privacy

This Data Breach alert was published at 26.07.2021 15.13 on Data Breach Today.

Uber Must Tighten Data Handling, Regulator Says
Australia’s data regulator has found that Uber interfered with the privacy of 1.2 million of its customers as a result of a 2016 global data breach. Uber says it’s made improvements to its systems and its internal security policies.

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