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Equifax breach: Were you one of the 143 million affected?



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22 Comments

  1. It's time to put companies lie Equifax out of business. They hold too much personal information and have too much power over people's lives. When you also consider the fact these companies answer to no one, not even the customers whose lives they monitor, it's time to close them down or impose much stricter monitoring from outside.

  2. So they were hacked in May or June, the managers then sold their stock worth millions of dollars, then they tell us about the hack in September, then the company's stock plummets. Doesn't that make you mad?

  3. Rick Smith is human garbage! They knew about this breach for months and are barely now telling us. Equifax is a joke, they spend the minimum on security to take home extra money. Of course this is going to happen but they don't care because $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$!

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