Remember that the time at which Equifax had infringed the data and missed an amazing amount of information – addresses, social security numbers, and even driver licenses – to more than 143 million people in the United States alone? This was revealed almost two years ago, and media reports show that the company is reconciled with federal and state agencies, including the Federal Trade Commission, the Financial Consumer Protection Bureau, and state prosecutors. The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal said they could pay between $ 650 million and $ 700 million, close to the $ 690 million, telling investors they canceled the punishment. The reports will be announced on Monday, and the amount may vary depending on the number of claims filed. It is unclear how affected can expect compensation, but the settlement should include conditions for setting up a fund for this purpose. instead of wrong policies. The data broker now agrees with new security policy rules in some earlier villages, and it remains to be seen whether and how this will add extra supervision.