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Regulatory fine The U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office said that the personal details of about 2.7 million U.K. customers — including email addresses and phone numbers — may have been downloaded during a 2016 hack. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Uber Technologies Inc., which is already facing a range of legal and regulatory headaches in London, got another one Tuesday after it was fined 385,000 pounds ($491,000) over a cyber attack that compromised the data of millions of customers and tens of thousands of drivers.

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