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Is the Equifax cure worse than the hack? Here’s what I plan to do…

Ouch.  Equifax failed to properly secure private data concerning 143 million US consumers.  Hackers may have gotten our names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and driver’s license numbers.  That’s pretty much everything they need to pull off identity theft at a scale never before seen.  Oh, and they may have gotten credit card numbers for 209,000 people too.
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