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AG Will Investigate Massive Equifax Breach Affecting 8 Million NYers

The NY Attorney General has launched a formal investigation into the breach of major credit reporting agency Equifax, which gave hackers access to millions of Americans' personal data. AG Eric Schneiderman says over 8 million New Yorkers may have been affected by the breach, which lasted from mid-May through July. [ more › ]
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