Lawyers representing the class of 147 million people whose personal information was compromised in a 2017 Equifax data breach are asking a federal judge in Atlanta to give final approval to a $1.4 billion settlement agreement, contending it exceeds the value of all previous consumer data breach settlements combined.

They also defended their request for $77.5 million in legal fees in  court filings late Thursday night.

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