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US senator on Equifax hack: ‘Somebody needs to go to jail’

A U.S. senator called on Tuesday for a criminal probe of actions taken by executives of credit bureau Equifax after a massive data breach this summer and said their actions were comparable to insider trading. Senator Heidi Heitkamp, a North Dakota Democrat who sits on the Senate Banking Committee,...
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