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Literally everyone should be thinking about suing Equifax

Everyone should be thinking about suing Equifax, and I mean everyone — the government, its shareholders, and its customers. Equifax, a credit-checking company that holds sensitive data belonging to over 140 million, didn't just have one of the worst security breaches in American history, it also handled the situation like a drunk teenager trying to hide the aftermath of particularly destructive house party.
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