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Committee tells Equifax compensation meagre after breach

News | 12/05/2017 12:47 pm EST
Equifax Canada's chief privacy officer John Russo and its director of global operations Antonietta Di Napoli appear before an ethics committee on Dec. 4. /Screenshot via ParlVu

OTTAWA — The House of Commons’ ethics committee did not mince words with two Equifax Inc. (Canada) executives appearing before them Monday afternoon, imploring the company at times in a fiery tone to seriously consider better compensation and protections for Canadians after the hack made public in September.

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