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Turns Out Consumers Stay Loyal to Companies After Hacks

Research suggests that consumers whose personal data has been compromised remain satisfied with and loyal to companies that have experienced a data breach. The post Turns Out Consumers Stay Loyal to Companies After Hacks appeared first on WIRED.
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