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The Epsilon Breach: How Worried–and Angry–Should You Be?

So “someone just stole your email address.” What now? By now, unless you keep your money under your mattress and don’t shop for groceries, electronics, or clothing, you’ve probably received an email from one of the following institutions, apologizing for an email breach: Brookstone, Best Buy, The College Board, Citi, Walgreens, Disney Destinations, McKinsey & Company, the Home Shopping Network, JPMorgan Chase, TiVo, Kroger, Captial One…the list goes on. (And was diligently collected by SecurityWeek .) The email will have informed you of a security breach

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The Epsilon Breach: How Worried–and Angry–Should You Be?

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