Uber Settles With NY Attorney General Over God View Data Breach

Posted on January 6, 2016

NEW YORK -- New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is expected to announce Jan. 7 the settlement of his office’s 14-month investigation of Uber’s privacy practices and the company’s use of a “God View” tool to track riders.

The investigation, which began in November 2014, initially focused on Uber’s use of a real-time “aerial” tracking system called God View that used personal information to identify riders using the platform, including this reporter. 

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New York Attorney General's Office press release here

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