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In the wake of the Equifax hack, consumers have a new take on their online security: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Mashable Monday, 9 October 2017 ()
Massive corporate data breaches now happen so often and are so big that consumers are starting to have a very understandable reaction: Who cares?

“I don’t feel like knowing either way makes a difference,” said one Los Angeles-area Equifax customer who asked that their name be kept private. “I know there’s ID...
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News video: Robert Herjavec Predicts New Legislation in Response to the Equifax Hack

Robert Herjavec Predicts New Legislation in Response to the Equifax Hack 00:47

Shark Tank's Robert Herjavec made his fortune in cybersecurity. We sat down with him at an event celebrating his new streaming series "Small Business Revolution." We discussed the Equifax data breach that exposed the personal information of 143 million Americans. Herjavec mentioned past cyber attacks...

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