TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Personal information from millions of Floridians exposed during last year’s massive T-Mobile data breach is now listed for sale on the “dark Web,” according to the Florida Attorney General.
Attorney General Ashley Moody said it is “extremely important” that consumers who had their personal information exposed “take immediate action to secure and protect their identities.”
Moody said the data breach impacted more than 53 million individuals, including more than 4 million Floridians, and compromised consumers’ names, dates of birth, Social Security numbers and driver’s license information.
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