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Protecting Ourselves From the Equifax Data Breach, and Data Brokers in General

On September 7, news broke that Equifax's security failed and that 143 million people had their data accessed in a breach. While the breach was discovered in July, people affected by the breach were not notified until September. The information that was accessed included contact information, birth dates, Social Security numbers, and, in some cases, driver's license numbers, credit card numbers, and credit dispute information.
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