NextAdvisor Blog - Equifax Breach

Equifax Misled Consumers on Size of Data Breach: Even More Information Compromised

New revelations show Equifax misled consumers by failing to report all of the facts of its 2017 data breach, leaving more personal information exposed.
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Tax Season Post-Equifax: What the Massive Data Breach Means for Your Taxes

What's in store for tax season post-Equifax? Learn how the mega breach could impact the upcoming tax filing season and find out how to protect yourself.
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Can Children Be Data Breach Victims?

Although we do our best to keep our kids safe, there are aspects of our technology-filled world that can cause our children to become data breach victims.
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Is Equifax Selling Your Work History?

Equifax collects personal information from millions of people, including work history. Learn how you can freeze your data and stop Equifax from selling it.
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Privacy in the Era of Mass Data Collection: Who Has Your Information?

You may have heard of companies collecting your data and selling it to others, but do you really understand the world of data collection? We break it down.
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What is Forced Arbitration and Why Does It Matter?

The practice of forced arbitration clauses has been making headlines recently, so we're detailing what it is and how it'll affect you.
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What Did We Learn from the Equifax Breach?

Although we're only two months removed from the Equifax breach, there are a lot of takeaways from the incident. We have a breakdown of these takeaways.
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How Enforceable are Terms of Service Agreements?

We agree to hundreds of terms of service agreements, but how many are legally valid? Learn the shocking legal power you give to corporations every day.
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Equifax Breach Updates: Malicious URLs, 10.9 Million Stolen Driver’s Licenses and More

We bring you the latest in the Equifax breach, including details on malicious URLs on its own website and how many stolen driver's licenses there were.
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Scams to Look Out for After the Equifax Breach

Scammers are on the prowl after the Equifax breach, but is there a way to protect yourself? We describe four scams you should be on the lookout for.
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