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Equifax is making an app, because apparently screwing 143 million people wasn’t enough

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As America’s corporate embodiment of negligence and greed, Equifax has gone to great lengths to solidify its place as one of the world’s most hated companies. But that’s all about to change, dear friends and neighbors, because the corporation that lost the personal information of potentially 143 million individuals to hackers are about to be here for you in a big way. 

And just how, exactly, will a company that couldn’t patch a known vulnerability get back in your good graces? Drumroll please… with an app. 

That’s right, during a Wednesday hearing held by the Senate Commerce Committee, interim CEO Paulino do Rego Barros Jr. told those gathered that his company is making an app. You know, for security and stuff.  Read more…

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