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Were you affected by the Equifax data breach? One click could cost you your rights in court
* The credit reporting firm said Thursday it detected a data breach in July that affects 143 million consumers.
* On Friday, Equifax added an opt-out clause to its terms of use, but it still requires arbitration instead of litigation to settle disputes for those who do not opt out.
* Consumer advocates are lashing out at Equifax for requiring arbitration.
Equifax has come under fire for attempting to bind consumers to mandatory arbitration when signing up for the monitoring service — called TrustedID Premier — thereby forcing them to give up their right to join a class-action case.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Sep 11th 2017 (9:44am)
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