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Uber hack throws light on GDPR powers

Uber has spent the last several years living up to its name. The most successful of Silicon Valley unicorns, the taxi app enjoys worldwide name recognition and popularity. But it has also been beset by hugely damaging sexual harassment claims and multiple executive resignations and dismissals, and has been challenged or banned in several European countries. 

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