SEC filing reveals more victims in Equifax hack
ATLANTA - Equifax has again revealed that more people had their information stolen in that massive hack last year than has previously reported.
It started at 143 million, then it was 145 million and now it's 147 million.
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The latest figure comes from a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Names, dates of birth, and social security numbers are the most common type of data stolen.
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The thieves also obtained driver's licenses, taxpayer ID cards, passports, and even military IDs.
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