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There's a line in the new Equifax fine print that's raising eyebrows

Credit reporting agency Equifax reported a massive security breach on Thursday. The breach may have exposed Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, and other important personal information that has left 143 million US consumers vulnerable to ID theft. ‘The language is broad’ ‘A gross insult to customers’ Even if this doesn’t apply to TrustedID users, Equifax’s Terms of Use does ‘The percentage of people who would get what it means is very small’ Ethan Wolff-Mann is a writer at Yahoo Finance focusing on consumer issues, tech, and personal finance.
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