[ZDNet] Uber found to have interfered with privacy of over 1 million Australians

Australian Privacy Commissioner has ordered Uber to comply with Australian Privacy Principles after finding the tech giant interfered with the privacy of 1.2 million Aussies when it suffered a data breach, and covered it up, back in 2016.

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