For some reason, trouble seems to follow Uber around. In the last year, the ride-hailing giant has had to deal with its CEO resigning, an FBI investigation, London’s decision to kick it out of the city, among numerous other setbacks. Now, there’s a new scandal involving a massive data breach it paid to cover up. Reuters reports that last year, about 57 million accounts had their personal data leaked. Uber then reportedly paid hackers $100,000 to keep that information from getting out.