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Uber executives deliberately took steps to conceal an October 2016 cyberattack, which exposed 57 million people’s data, according to a new report from Bloomberg.

This included a payment of $100,000 to the two hackers who had accessed the data in exchange for their promise to keep quiet and delete the information, according to the report.

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Uber executives deliberately took steps to conceal an October 2016 cyberattack, which exposed 57 million people's data, according to a new report from Bloomberg. This included a payment of $100,000 to the two hackers who had accessed the data in exchange for their promise to keep quiet and delete the information,...