What’s Up With Uber’s Data Leak And Is It Ethical?
Kelly Koh, Programme Officer , Sinar Project
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As the world grows more connected each day, we leave ourselves more exposed to cyber attacks that have compromised data and left people in power, embarrassed by the revelations. The latest data leak that made the headlines was from Uber. It has revealed a story of denied justice, secretly lobbied governments and violence against their own drivers. So where is the ethical line in the sand drawn when it comes to data leaks and how does it affect companies when it happens? We speak to Kelly Koh from Suria Project to hear her thoughts.
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Produced by: Jeremy Ng
Presented by: Freda Liu, Arvindh Yuvaraj, Lily Chai
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Categories: technology, culture, international
Tags: data, privacy, data leaks, uber, journalist, ride hailing,