Petition the SEC to file Insider Trading charges against Equifax Execs who sold stock.
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After the Equifax data breach on July 29, 2017 was discovered, and before the information was made public, the below listed Executives sold their stock which appears to be insider trading and this petition is to demand the SEC hold them accountable for their actions.
This is important as our personal data is considered Equifax's property under law, and they have profited off our data yet miserably failed to properly secure our data to prevent the breach. This breach will negatively affect millions of US citizens due to the fraud that will inevitably be perpetrated by those that perpetrated the breach.
The Executives who sold their stock before the announcement are:
John Gamble, Chief Financial Officer, sold shares worth $946,374
Joseph Loughran, president of U.S. information solutions, exercised options to dispose of stock worth $584,099.
Rodolfo Ploder, president of workforce solutions, sold $250,458 of stock.
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