Reuters / Brendan McDermid
More than half of all households in the United States were affected by a data breach that occurred earlier this summer, JPMorgan Chase revealed on Thursday. The names, addresses, and numbers of millions of affected bank clients were stolen by hackers.
The largest bank in the country said in a regulatory filing that 76 million households and seven million businesses had their data compromised – including names, email addresses, home addresses, and phone numbers.
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