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Twitter is not having Equifax's response to that massive hack

Equifax is oh so sorry that it allowed the personal information of potentially 143 million Americans to be stolen by hackers. So, so sorry. But, being the benevolent credit reporting agency that it is, the company has gone out of its way to ensure you can easily check if you're affected. Except, yeah, the entire process is shitty, confusing, and possibly meaningless.   And the hordes of Twitter are not having it.
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