Popular ride-hailing service Uber is under fire after the release of its new “Uber Partner app” leaked about 1,000 drivers’ private information, including tax forms, driver’s licenses and even social security numbers. The Uber app claimed to be “designed to give drivers more information so Uber works better for them.” While the Uber app would allow the driver to upload and edit their personal documents, according to the website Gawker, the bug randomly caused drivers to be “warped to a screen that contains documents for complete strangers, a legion of Uber drivers around the United States.” The issue remained unsolved ... Read More
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