Glitch In NYC’s Citi Bike Software Exposes Personal Info Of 1,174 Account Holders

More than 1,000 people who signed up for a $95 annual membership to New York City’s Citi Bike program had their personal information up on a subsidiary’s website and was “briefly accessible” back in April. That info reportedly included sensitive stuff like credit card numbers, contact information, security codes, passwords and other personal data. [More]

(Michelle Rick)

Bike-Share Program To Finally Cruise Into NYC In May 2013

New York City is about to get a lot more mobile, which is welcome news to many residents who don’t own bikes but might want to grab one on the go. The city’s bike-share program will kick off in May — a two-month delay due to Hurricane Sandy damaging equipment — with around 5,500 bikes available (and 10,000 eventually) for people to rent and ride around the metropolis. [More]