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Up to 143 million Americans could have their personal information compromised after hackers stole data from credit monitoring agency Equifax.

Company officials say the hack exposed names, addresses, Social Security numbers, driver's license numbers and more than 200,000 credit card numbers.

Equifax confirmed the “cybersecurity incident” Thursday, saying it discovered the breach, which it reports began in mid-May, on July 29.

Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA), who's requesting the House Judiciary Committee hold meetings to investigate, said the six-week delay in notifying the public is "unreasonable."


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Equifax is also being criticized because three top executives, including its CFO, reportedly sold $1.8 million worth of company stock in the days after the breach.

Equifax claims those executives had not yet been alerted to the breach.

Watch the report above.


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