Uber was hit with a cyber attack back in 2016. This data breach has led to 57 million Uber users having some personal information downloaded by hackers.

The pieces of information that were stolen are: names, e-mail address, and phone numbers. Uber and CEO Travis Kalanick, however, didn't immediately announce the breach and paid the hackers $100,000 to rid of the data and remain silent.

Uber promises they have received assurances the data has been deleted and are offering drivers free credit monitoring and identity theft protection.

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