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Up to 10 times as many people as originally thought may have had their profiles stolen from a LexisNexis database in the United States, publisher and data broker Reed Elsevier Group said today. The company reported last month that criminals may have accessed personal details of 32,000 people via a breach of LexisNexis' recently acquired Seisint unit.
I took a look at the Terms and Conditions that LexisNexis requires their users to agree to prior to using the service... Pretty entertaining...
I posted the TOS and some notes on it over here: