Four members of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army have been charged with the 2017 hack of Atlanta-based credit reporting agency Equifax that compromised the personal and financial data of an estimated 147 million people, U.S. Attorney General William Barr announced Monday. 

Barr said all four were members of the 54th Research Institute, a division of the Chinese military.

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