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How Equifax hackers might use your Social Security number to pretend they’re you

Amid the numbing drumbeat of high-profile hacks in recent years, the one reported Thursday by Equifax stands out for its seriousness and apparent power to spark widespread consumer rage. The key is that the Social Security numbers of up to 143 million people may have been compromised. Social Security numbers have been exposed in some […]
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