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Equifax Scores $13.6 Million Slap on Wrist Over 2017 Mega Breach

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has imposed a penalty of over $13.6 million on Equifax for failings that endangered millions of its customers. The original fine was around $19.4 million but was reduced due to the company’s early agreement and good behaviour during the investigation. The FCA called the entire situation preventable.

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