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Earlier this month, approximate 76 million households—or roughly half of the households in America—were unhappy to hear their JPMorgan Chase accounts had been compromised. Those 76 million households will be equally unhappy to learn that the hackers who broke in were wandering around the bank's servers for two months.…
Following reports last month that JPMorgan Chase was one of at least five U.S banks targeted by hackers who stole gigabytes of data, today Bloomberg reports that over 76 million households—that's half the households in America (!)—were affected by the breach, in addition to 7 million small businesses.