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Uber pays $148m over data breach cover-up

Ride-hailing firm Uber is paying $148m (£113m) to settle legal action over a cyber-attack that exposed data from 57 million customers and drivers. The massive breach happened in 2016 but Uber sought to hide it from regulators. The company...
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Foreign Media Should Not Tell Nigeria’s Story – Lai Mohammed

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