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Here's why Equifax and other credit agencies will survive the data breach

USATODAY.com Thursday, 14 September 2017 ()
The breach will hurt the finances and reputation of the credit monitoring firm, but aren't a fatal blow.
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News video: Credit Agency Equifax Hit With Hack, 143M Affected

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Names, Social Security numbers and addresses of millions of people were exposed during the Equifax breach.

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