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Daily Dashboard | Former Uber CSO convicted of 2016 data breach cover-up Related reading: The EU's data retention pickle

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The Washington Post reports a federal jury found former Uber Chief Security Officer Joe Sullivan guilty of obstructing justice during the U.S. Federal Trade Commission's probe into the ride-hailing app's 2016 data breach. The ruling marks the first decision on U.S. chief executive liability in relation to data breaches. "Mr. Sullivan's sole focus — in this incident and throughout his distinguished career — has been ensuring the safety of people’s personal data on the internet," Sullivan's attorney David Angeli said. No date has been set for sentencing.
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