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Experian Waits Two Weeks To Disclose Data Breach Affecting 15 Million Customers

Experian is the world's biggest consumer credit monitoring firm, and on Thursday it disclosed a massive data breach that exposed sensitive personal data of some 15 million people who applied for service with T-Mobile. Experian said it discovered the theft of the T-Mobile customer data from one of its servers on Sept. 15th. Experian said he computer stored information about some 15 million people who had applied for service with telecoms carrier T-Mobile during the prior two years. T-Mobile Chief Executive John Legere said the data included names, addresses, birth dates, Social Security numbers, drivers license numbers and passport numbers. Such information is coveted by criminals for use in identity theft and other types of fraud. Connecticut's attorney general said he will launch an investigation into the breach.

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