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These companies lost your data in 2015's biggest hacks, breaches

The chances are your data was leaked this year. In 2014 alone, more than one billion personal records were illegally accessed -- including health, financial, email and home address data, and other personal information like Social Security numbers. That's up more than 54 percent on the year prior, according to Gemalto. This year, there's no sign of let-up.

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