Uber was just fined more than $1.2 million over the giant 2016 data hack
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- Uber has been fined nearly $1.2 million for failing to protect customers' personal information during a 2016 cyber attack that impacted millions of users.
- The fines were imposed by Britain's Information Commissioner's Office and the Dutch Data Protection Authority.
- Uber revealed last year that around 2.7 million people in the UK were affected by the data breach.
British and Dutch regulators on Tuesday fined ride-hailing service Uber for failing to protect customers' personal information during a 2016 cyber attack involving millions of users.The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) in Britain slapped a £385,000 ($490,759.50) fine on the firm, while the Dutch Data Protection Authority imposed a fine of €600,000 ($678,780.00) on Uber.
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