With DoorDash, you can get things like fast food and groceries delivered straight to your door. Well, with hacking, hackers just got almost five million users', both "dashers" and businesses' information. Sounds like a fair trade, no? Earlier today, the delivery service app announced a security breach that took place back in May in which account histories, credit card numbers and driver's licenses were taken. I question why it takes businesses with such precious information wait this long to disclose to the public something like this. Cyber crime might be the new gold rush and the internet is the new wild west.