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Lyft's Technology Chief Suspected In Uber Data Breach

Posted on October 9, 2015

Ride-sharing service Uber suffered a huge data breach eight months ago, and the company now hopes to uncover details about an Internet address that it believes could help identify the hacker, Reuters reported Thursday.

That Internet address can be linked to the chief of technology at its main U.S. rival Lyft, Reuters said, citing two anonymous sources.

Read the full story at furtune.com.

Related Topics: criminal incidents, data security, Information Technology, Lyft, security, TNCs, Uber

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