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Equifax breach exposes 143M Americans’ private information

The credit reporting firm, which serves approximately half of the U.S. population, says 143 million consumers birthdays, Social Security numbers, addresses, and driver's license numbers were exposed in addition to 209,000 credit card numbers and 182,000 dispute documents...
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