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Equifax hack "basically the Irma of data breaches," expert says

Its database is a massive treasure trove of personal information including birth dates and Social Security numbers
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Equifax Breach Compromises Data of More Than 143 Million People

Technology / Gadgets : Geek.com

Equifax, one of the United States’ primary credit reporting agencies, announced Thursday that its databases had been breached. Private information on more than 143 million people in the US, including Social Security Numbers, […] The...

Class-Action Lawsuit Seeks Up to $70B From Equifax

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After exposing the names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, and more of 143 million Americans in a massive data breach, Equifax is now facing a potentially billion-dollar class-action lawsuit. USA Today reports a lawsuit was fil...

Equifax Hit With $70 Billion Lawsuit After Leaking 143 Million Social Security Numbers

Business & Finance : Zero Hedge

One day after Equifax announced (more than one month after it itself had learned) that its systems had been hacked, resulting in up to 143 million social security numbers, names, addresses, driver’s license data, birth dates, some c...

Equifax sued over massive hack in multibillion dollar lawsuit

Real Estate / Local Market : OCRegister Real Estate

In the lawsuit filed in Portland, Oregon federal court, users alleged Equifax was negligent in failing to protect consumer data, including Social Security numbers, addresses, driver's license data, and birth dates. Some credit card ...

The Equifax breach may have exposed 143 million people's Social Security numbers — here's what to do if your identity is at risk (EFX)

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

A massive data breach at credit bureau Equifax compromised 143 million people's personal information on Thursday. As Business Insider's Lydia Ramsey reported: "The details potentially accessed by hackers from mid-May to July include...

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