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Investigators' Knives Out for Equifax After Massive Data Breach

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) became the first economic regulator to formally announce an investigation into Equifax's handling of a cyber intrusion that left more than 100 million Americans vulnerable to identity theft.

An FTC spokesman confirmed the probe one day after dozens of lawmakers urged the agency and other government bodies to look into the...read more.

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