Uber's latest security breach, which exposed 57 million customers' and drivers' personal information, has come under more and more scrutiny since it was revealed earlier this week. The Federal Trade Commission has already confirmed that it's looking into the breach as well as how Uber handled it. A number of agencies abroad are investigating the incident as well. But it doesn't stop there. Uber is also now under investigation by at least five state Attorney General offices and has been named in multiple lawsuits.