What did Travis Kalanick know, and when did he know it? That’s the question Uber needs to answer after a stunning revelation that the company concealed a cyberattack last year that compromised personal information on 57 million Uber riders and 600,000 of its U.S. drivers.
Bloomberg News reporter Eric Newcomer wrote Tuesday that the company fired its chief security officer and one of his deputies for concealing the cyberattack, which ironically came at the same time that Uber was making up with regulators over misrepresentations of how it handled consumer and driver information. [ Bloomberg ]
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