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Riders and business experts say that while Uber's problems such as workplace sexual harassment, drivers with criminal records and other past infractions are serious, stolen data hits people directly and could make them mad enough to delete the app.

Earlier this week the state of Colorado fined Uber .9 million for allowing employees with serious criminal or motor vehicle offences to drive for the company.Experts told the trial the accident caused a traumatic brain injury, reducing brain development, which set off cognitive and psychological difficulties.Justice Barbara Young said the woman's brain injury has worsened those conditions.He is also somewhat forgiving about the hacking -- and the subsequent coverup. Marlene Towns, a professor at Georgetown University's business school who studies brand values, said Uber is testing the boundaries of how many scandals people will endure.While data breaches are personal to people, she still thinks Uber will get through this scandal as well.

Earlier this week the state of Colorado fined Uber .9 million for allowing employees with serious criminal or motor vehicle offences to drive for the company.

Experts told the trial the accident caused a traumatic brain injury, reducing brain development, which set off cognitive and psychological difficulties.

Justice Barbara Young said the woman's brain injury has worsened those conditions.

He is also somewhat forgiving about the hacking -- and the subsequent coverup. Marlene Towns, a professor at Georgetown University's business school who studies brand values, said Uber is testing the boundaries of how many scandals people will endure.

While data breaches are personal to people, she still thinks Uber will get through this scandal as well.

9, and the outcome could determine whether the lawsuit proceeds.