New York Attorney General Letitia James has launched an investigation into the major data breach announced Tuesday by Capital One, which resulted in the personal information of 100 million consumers being illegally accessed by a hacker in Seattle.

James, whose office recently co-led a massive settlement with Equifax over its own data breach from 2017, was critical of Capital One in a statement announcing the probe Tuesday.

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