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Equifax CEO: We may still block customers' right to sue us

After a Senate hearing Wednesday, Equifax announced it will introduce a new "credit locks for life" product. Rolling out in January, the service will be available to "All Americans." The move comes in the wake of its massive data breach where the personal information of some 145 million Americans was compromised. During the Senate hearing, Equifax's interim CEO declined to guarantee that customers of the new product could keep their right to sue the company in court.