Uber paid to hide a data breach that revealed sensitive information on 57 million customers and drivers, leading to the dismissal of Chief Security Officer Joe Sullivan. The breach took place in October 2016 and revealed names, email addresses, phone numbers and U.S. driver’s license numbers. Social Security numbers, location data and payment data was not accessed, Uber said. The company paid the hackers $100,000 to stay quiet and delete the data. Uber has not revealed the identities of the hackers.