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Equifax Reports Enormous Security Breach, 143 Million Accounts Affected

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Equifax Reports Enormous Security Breach, 143 Million Accounts AffectedEquifax has announced a mammoth breach of its security, with social security numbers, addresses, names, and other personally identifiable information stolen from 143 million accounts.

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As many as 143 million customers credit card numbers and other information could have been exposed. WBZ-TV's David Wade and Lisa Hughes report.

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