Colombia Orders Uber to Improve Data Security After 2016 Breach

Reuters reports:

Colombia has given ride-hailing app Uber Technologies four months to improve its data security, the commerce regulator said on Tuesday, after a 2016 data breach affected more than 260,000 of the South American country’s residents.

Last year, Uber agreed to pay a fine of $148 million in a settlement reached in the United States for failing to disclose the massive breach.

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