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Luddite Cabbie MM UTAG17 6h
It’s common knowledge Uber’s security is lax, remember the hacking scandal that covered up by paying the hackers a ransom demand and failed to tell its customers or drivers who’s accounts had been hacked ?. Despicable company !
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NamasteToIndia 22 Nov 17
Uber concealed a hack that affected 57 million customers and drivers, the company has confirmed. The company's former chief executive Travis Kalanick knew about the breach over a year ago, according to Bloomberg, which first broke the news.
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Matt Dec 10
Not one day goes by without a crime being committed by an Uber driver in London, whether it be an an or an But the public have been lied to they are not and their should be revoked. The are neck deep with them
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U talkin 2 me ⭕ Jun 25
Has gone silent over just as did over ILLEGAL LICENCING. Makes a stand then caves into Prime minister's Resulting in
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Paul Dec 11
Good evening have you heard a very strong rumour that has been again!! Has Laurel Powers Freeling been informed or has she informed you ? The screenshots below seems to back up that rumour
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Paul Oct 22
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SΛM 22 Nov 17
Reading up on this like...
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Cybelius 1 Dec 17
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HackRead.com 22 Nov 17
Paid Hackers $100k to Hide Massive Theft of 75M Accounts |
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Ronnie Watson 🛡 24 Nov 17
Uber Faces EU-Wide Privacy Probes Into Hidden Hacking Attack
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Veritas 29 Nov 17
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Cloudscene 23 Nov 17
Both the Equifax and Uber won't be the last of their kind, but we should not accept silence or pay-offs to hackers
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exausta.js 20 May 18
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Rene Robichaud 30 Nov 17
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Social Media Kenya 25 Nov 17
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Patrick Lui 21 Nov 17
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U talkin 2 me ⭕ Jun 23
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Karen Dec 11
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LT @Clunite 25 Nov 17
reportedly paid $100,000 to cover up a that names, emails, phone numbers and driver license numbers of 57 million users. It occurred in October 2016 & not made public until Nov 21
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WakeupAustralia Oct 10
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