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Washington state attorney general sues Uber after data breach

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Washington state's attorney general sued the ride-sharing company Uber on Tuesday, alleging it had violated the state's data breach notification law.

Uber says 2.7m Britons hit by breach

BBC / Technology

The breach, which happened in 2016 and which was covered up by the firm, was only revealed this month.

Washington state AG sues Uber over data breach

The Hill / Technology

Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson is suing Uber for failing to disclose a massive data breach that left the personal information of 57 million people exposed.Ferguson said the ride-sharing company violated state law by not…

Uber faces another lawsuit over data breach

TechCrunch

In light of Uber failing to report the massive data breach that affected potentially 57 million passengers and drivers worldwide, Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson has filed a multimillion-dollar consumer protection lawsuit…

Connelly: AG Ferguson sues Uber over data breach resulting in 'thousands of violations'

Seattlepi.com / Local

Attorney General Bob Ferguson is suing Uber. The AG charges the company committed "thousands of violations" of Washington's data breach notification law by failing to tell drivers or the state that company files had been hacked.

Washington state sues Uber over data breach cover-up

SEATTLE — Washington state is suing the ride-hailing company Uber, saying it broke state law when it failed to notify more than 10,000 drivers in the state that their personal information was accessed as part of a major data breach. Uber…

Washington AG sues Uber over data breach kept secret for a year

Uber announced last week that a year earlier hackers had stolen personal data for about 57 million customers and drivers worldwide. Uber also, according to multiple reports, paid the hackers to delete the data and remain silent about the…

Senators Casey and Toomey demand answers from Uber on data breach

Triblive.com / News

U.S. Sens. Bob Casey and Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania joined a growing chorus of lawmakers demanding answers from Uber in the wake of a massive ...

Uber breach scrutinized in Senate on both sides of the aisle

Senators on both sides of the aisle are demanding answers from Uber over its handling of the 2016 data breach that compromised the personal information of more than 57 million users of its mobile ride-sharing app.

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