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Equifax breach could make 2018 tax filing a little more interesting

When it comes to data privacy and preventing identity theft, there may be nothing more useless today than an individual’s Social Security number. The problem has gotten so bad that Adrian Lamo, threat analyst and former hacker, posted a video on YouTube in which he freely gives out his own Social Security number. Yet, the […] The post Equifax breach could make 2018 tax filing a little more interesting appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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