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So Equifax had a huge loss of data – over 143 million folks’ worth. That’s pretty much everyone in the US who has credit. This is huge! So – to read more, this great article from Ars Technica. Most importantly, go to the Equifax site and check to see if you’re affected (I bet you […]
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