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U.S. House panels to hold hearings on Equifax data breachWASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two committees in the U.S. House of Representatives will hold hearings on the Equif

ax Inc (EFX.N) data breach that may have exposed personal information of many as 143 million U.S. consumers, committee spokesmen said on Friday. “This is obviously a very serious and very troubling situation and our committee has already begun preparations for a hearing. Large-scale security breaches are becoming

all too common, said Representative Jeb Hensarlin聚宝快三算赌博吗 g, who chairs the financial services co

mmittee, in a statement. That committee and the commerce committee will hold hearings. Both committees’ s

taff were brie

fed Friday on the breach. Commerc

e committee Chairman Greg Walden said in a statement, “I have decided to hold a hearing on the matter so that we can learn what went wrong and what we need to do to better protect co

nsumers from serious breaches like this in the future. Dates for the hearings have not yet been set. Also on Friday New York, Illinois, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Pennsylvania attorneys general said they were opening state investigations into the Equifax In

c (EFX.N) data breach that could be one of

the largest data breaches ever in the United States. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro said in a statement that his state, Connecticut and Illinois are l

eading a multi-state probe in the bre

ach.

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