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Uber has agreed to pay a record $148 million in state and local penalties to settle allegations that the company intentionally concealed a major data breach in 2016 that exposed the personal information of 57 million people, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s office said Wednesday.

The settlement comes in the wake of a multistate investigation that found the ride-hailing company paid hackers $100,000 to conceal the breach, which exposed the names, email addresses, and cellphone numbers of those users.

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