Car sharing service GoGet is claiming a 43% increase in Victoria this year in the use of its services by seniors hard-pressed by the expense of continuing to operate a private car.
A hue and cry has been raised after a security researcher was found to have breached a car-sharing firm's website and used some of the cars on offer without paying.
The Australian car-sharing firm GoGet says its databases were hacked last June and a suspect, a man from the suburb of Penrose in Illawarra, NSW, has been arrested in connection with the hack.
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