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Former Uber executive sentenced for covering up data breach

Original post made on May 8, 2023

A federal judge on Thursday imposed a sentence of three years' probation on the former head of security at Uber from Palo Alto for his role in covering up a data breach that impacted more than 50 million users.

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Posted by Cid Young
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on May 8, 2023 at 2:31 pm

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Uber Exec. gets fined a mere $50K and 200 hours of community service, instead of a prison term? That is Chump Change. Where's the Accountability? SHEEZE!

Posted by Community Minded
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on May 8, 2023 at 3:40 pm

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The government prosecutors were exactly right. It’s too bad that Judge Orrick could not deliver accountability to this defendant, nor make a public example of him to deter the many other people considering or engaging in white collar crime. Sad, but not surprising.

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