Instead of notifying more than 143 million people of a breathtaking data breach that potentially compromised personal and financial information in their credit files, Equifax executives were selling their stock, a federal class action lawsuit claims.

On Thursday, soon after Equifax executives began going public about a massive hack of their credit files, former Georgia Gov. Roy Barnes filed the class action suit in federal court in Atlanta on behalf of all consumers whose data was compromised.

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