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In an unprecedented breach, Equifax allowed nearly 150 million Americans to become vulnerable. That is 1-in-2. Simply put, you are most likely affected.
Equifax could not adequately protect the social security numbers, home addresses, and drivers license numbers of the many Americans who were forced to trust them. Not only that, but we witnessed Equifax company executives using the hack to sell their stock in their company and making millions of dollars in the process.
We demand an investigation into the matter and we demand an answer to the following questions:
-How invasive was the breach?
-How extensive was the breach?
-Who was involved in the breach?
-What reforms will be taken so that this does not happen again?
We also demand that that the executives who knew about the hack beforehand, and especially those who sold stock, be questioned and investigated.
This needs to be addressed.
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