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Here’s the Upside of the Equifax Hack

Equifax, one of the three major consumer credit reporting companies, announced on Thursday that hackers may now have the personal information of 143 million US consumers. Among the data stolen in what is being described as the most severe hack in years are names, dates of birth, addresses, and social security numbers. But there may […]
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