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Uber Hack: Ride Share Company’s Latest Crisis | CNBC



CNBC’s Deirdre Bosa discusses the massive Uber hack that exposed 57 million drivers, and allegations the ride-share company paid $100,000 in hush money to cover it up.
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  1. Who cares?? Lool, nothing will happen to them. Sad to say. I bet the taxi drivers were the hackers, haha.I guess this settles the uber vs lyft question.

  2. When uber stealing poor driver money no one says anything, when something affects for rich people everyone talked about it

  3. Uber is dirtier buying the authorities to monopolize, then play and abuse the same drivers, I have heard that any incident that the driver has the company takes 36 hours to respond

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