Senators slam Equifax for making money off massive data breach and company's IRS contract

Wednesday, 4 October 2017  (2 weeks ago)
Senators on Wednesday slammed Equifax Inc. for making money off its massive data breach and said Americans should have more control over the vast amount of sensitive personal information that credit reporting companies have about them.

“Equifax and this whole industry should be completely transformed,”...

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