Aug 172017
 August 17, 2017  Posted by  Business, Govt

Cecilia Kang reports:

Uber has agreed to two decades of privacy and security audits to settle federal accusations that it did not keep promises to protect customer data.

The Federal Trade Commission announced the settlement with Uber, a ride-sharing company, on Tuesday, ending an investigation that began in 2014 when the company promised to strengthen its privacy and security. The promises were made after a public outcry over reports that Uber employees were peering into the travel logs of customers.

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