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Massachusetts’ Attorney General Maura Healey announced she will investigate the cyberattack against T-Mobile US Inc. that exposed personal information of more than 53 million people, Reuters reports. The breach exposed names, birthdays, Social Security numbers, driver’s license information, PIN numbers and other data of current, former and prospective T-Mobile customers. At least 23 lawsuits have been filed against T-Mobile over the breach.
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