Equifax

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After a massive data breach two years ago, credit reporting company Equifax has settled with 50 attorneys general and the federal government.

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Several state lawmakers are introducing legislation to help people deal with situations in which their personal information is compromised.

The move comes after a massive security breach at credit reporting agency Equifax affected millions of Pennsylvanians.

The breach is the largest in the country’s history.

In the Pennsylvania alone, more than 5 million people had information compromised—about three quarters of the commonwealth’s adult population.

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The time lag between when Equifax discovered the massive data breach and when it notified the public might be longer than the six weeks company officials have acknowledged.

“[That’s] why we hit them with another subpoena demanding information that will help us figure out the timetable,” said Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro.

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Pennsylvania's top law-enforcement officer says his office is investigating the massive data breach targeting the credit monitoring company Equifax.

Attorney General Josh Shapiro said Friday that it is unclear how many Pennsylvanians were affected.