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Capital One data breach fallout: How to protect yourself

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 30 July 2019
You can stop companies from sharing your credit history with a few clicks. Other tips: check bank statements, and change passwords immediately.
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Capital One Data Breach Exposes More Than 100 Million Customers. In a statement released on July 29, Capital One revealed there had been unauthorized access to their servers by an "outside individual.". The hacker, identified as Paige Thompson, was a previous employee of Amazon Web...

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