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Uber Paid Hackers $100K To Delete Data And Stay Quiet | CNBC



Recode’s Ed Lee weighs in on Uber’s security breach and the coverup that followed.
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Uber Paid Hackers $100K To Delete Data And Stay Quiet | CNBC

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Written by frances

Lawyer, Believer, Idea Agent, Database Wrangler, Human Casserole. I want to see your peacock.

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  1. I make your phone blow up with your laptop

    how many people got telephones in laptops

    now that's how you used to find your graveyard

  2. at going across Nationwide everyone in the world carrier phone a cell phone and it didn't take the iPad you won't iPad you want a iPhone

  3. Uber may have not prosecuted because the hackers found a vulnerability. That information is worth something. I am not defending Uber.

  4. Well if they can afford to pay hackers and fund cyber crime, then they can afford to pay 1000 times that in funding the stopping of cyber crime, plus whatever compensation is required for all those customers to change their details. Plus all the fines.

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