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Credit.com in the News 2.28.14

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You get a data breach … and you get a data breach … data breaches for EVERYONE!

At least, it feels that way. Personal information security has been a huge topic in news surrounding finance and credit cards, and Credit.com Chairman and Co-Founder Adam Levin has been interviewed extensively on the topic. Recent stories include a data breach at the University of Maryland, as well as the fallout from the Target data breach that came out at the end of last year. Here are a few of the stories including his comments:

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