22 Dec Over 100,000 Users in New Zealand Affected by Uber Breach
New Zealand’s Office of the Privacy Commissioner recently disclosed that the name, email address and mobile phone number of around 100,000 Kiwis had been compromised in Uber’s 2016 breach.
The Office however said that they saw no evidence that trip location history, credit card numbers, bank account numbers, or dates of birth had been stolen, and they have yet to receive complaints from the affected users.
Uber said that they are currently contacting all drivers whose licence numbers were compromised to provide them with free identity theft protection.
Source: NZ Herald