Attention Uber drivers. Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter says, as part of a national settlement with Uber, his office will give $100 to 4,655 Oklahoma Uber drivers who were affected by a 2016 data breach. Uber discovered the breach in November 2016 but did not notify its drivers and attorneys general until November 2017. The company also admitted that after discovering the breach, it paid off hackers to destroy the data. Oklahoma will receive a $1.14 million dollar settlement. Hunter says it will be used to pay drivers and a settlement administrator and to uphold state consumer protection laws.
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