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Attorney Craig Clark and Uber chief security officer Joe Sullivan were sent packing for their role in suppressing reports of a 2016 data breach. So reports the ABA Journal.

The pair are accused of not only failing to report the breach, but paying the hackers $100,000 to destroy the data and keep quiet. According to Uber, the compromised data impacted 7 million drivers and 50 million riders.

The names, contact information and license plate numbers of 600,000 drivers were stolen. Uber users took steps toward a proposed class-action lawsuit shortly after the announcement.

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