Uber Fights To Keep UberDriver Leak From Spreading

Posted on September 10, 2014

The UberDriver app has leaked. There is currently no way for Uber to stop it from being distributed. And the heads of two Boston startups specializing in app development and security believe this is a major breach that calls into question the decision-making of the TNC industry's biggest name.

The leak is “dreadful,” AppBlade president James Daniels told BostInno Monday afternoon. “This is really bad.”

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Background story from bostinno on the UberDriver initial leak.

Related Topics: driver behavior, illegal operators, mobile technology, TNCs, Uber, vehicle apps

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