Hey, did you hear about the 2016 Uber data hack?
Our guess would be probably not.
In fact, nobody heard about it until a year later.
In a blog post.
Fifty seven million users had their information exposed and Uber announced it in a blog post. An entire year later.
They might have, kind of, sort of broken the law in the process. And if they didn’t do that, they definitely tried to cover it up from users and their board of directors.
Are you thinking what we’re thinking?
What the f%^*?!
But let’s be real—this isn’t the first time that Uber has shown itself to be ruthlessly self-interested in protecting its reputation over the wellbeing of… LITERALLY ANYTHING ELSE.
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