Uber admits 2.7m Brits hit by data breach
Names, email addresses and mobile phone numbers were stolen by hackers, but not dates of birth or bank details.
Uber revealed on Wednesday that around 2.7 million British users of its ride-hailing app had their data compromised in the recently uncovered October 2016 security breach.
The incident affected both drivers and customers and resulted in personal details being stolen. For riders, this included names, email addresses and mobile phone numbers, but not trip history, dates of birth or bank details.
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