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Uber headquarters in San Francisco. Credit: Jason Doiy/ ALM

Uber Technologies Inc.’s admission Tuesday that it waited a year to disclose a massive data breach could put the company in the crosshairs of a California law that mandates prompt notification—both to the public and to state regulators—of significant cyberattacks.

Cheryl Miller

Cheryl Miller, based in Sacramento, covers the state legislature and emerging industries, including autonomous vehicles and marijuana. Contact her at cmiller@alm.com. On Twitter: @CapitalAccounts

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