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In mid-December, Target announced that it had suffered a wide-reaching security breach that potentially affected the accounts of millions of credit and debit card holders. Later reports indicated that the data breach affected even more people than the retailer had originally announced, perhaps as many as 110 million consumers, and that the stolen information included customer names, credit and debit card numbers, card expiration dates, and encrypted personal identification numbers (PINs).

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