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People are furious about the site that Equifax set up to let you know if you're impacted by its massive data breach

A site Equifax set up to help users check to see if they were one of the 143 million people whose personal information may have been compromised by the company isn't working for many people.  On Thursday, Equifax said that the details potentially accessed by hackers from mid-May to July  include names, Social Security numbers, some credit card numbers, and personal documents.
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