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Report: Consumer Protection Agency Is Severely Limiting Its Investigation Into Equifax

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will not be conducting a full investigation of Equifax, the credit agency whose trove of Social Security numbers, addresses, credit card details, and other information belonging to more than 140 million people was hacked in May, according to a report from Reuters. Richard Cordray, the former head of the CFPB, had backed a cybersecurity investigation into Equifax in September.
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