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Uber In-House Attorney Out Behind Massive Cyberattack That Went Undisclosed

The Company Failed to Notify 57 Million Users of a Breach In October 2016. Two Employees Tasked with Handling the Response Process Have Left the Company, Including Uber In-House Attorney Craig Clark, Who Reported to the Company’s Chief Security Officer.

Uber Technologies Inc. failed to notify 57 million users that their data was exposed in a breach, according to a company blog post published on November 21, which was confirmed by a source close to the matter.

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Uber Technologies Inc. failed to notify 57 million users that their data was exposed in a breach, according to a company blog post published on November 21, which was confirmed by a source close to the matter.

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