Maine to get $613,000 in settlement with Uber over data breach

Maine, the 49 other states and the District of Columbia will receive millions of dollars after reaching a settlement with Uber Technologies Inc. over the compromise of Uber drivers’ personal information by a data breach two years ago.

Maine’s share will be $612,826, according to a news release issued Tuesday by Attorney General Janet Mills’ office.

The settlement is the result of the California-based company having taken one year to report the data breach to its drivers.