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Relatable Uber Hacker Was Just Trying To Pay His Bills

Uber revealed last month that it paid a hacker $US100,000 ($131,857) to keep quiet about the fact that he stole personal data on 57 million users. Now, details about the hacker's identity are starting to come out - he is a 20-year-old from Florida who lives with his mother and wanted to help pay the bills, Reuters reports. More »      
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