Hackers make off with Experian credit data of 15 million T-Mobile customers

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US chief exec says business relationship with credit agency under review

Fifteen million sets of T-Mobile customer data have been stolen after a data breach at credit agency Experian. Stolen details include names, birth dates, social security information including driver's...

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