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Steve
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Re: Salary details of ONE THIRD of Americans shared with Equifax

"Breach" is not the right word, because this suggests an unintentional act. This was intentional, which suggests a far stronger word whose precise definition so far escapes me.



red2

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said by Steve:

"Breach" is not the right word, because this suggests an unintentional act. This was intentional, which suggests a far stronger word whose precise definition so far escapes me.

Perhaps the word you are looking for is "divulged", which suggests the making known of something that might have been secretive.


Blackbird
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said by Steve:

"Breach" is not the right word, because this suggests an unintentional act. This was intentional, which suggests a far stronger word whose precise definition so far escapes me.

I'd suggest a simple word pair instead: "trust betrayal"... as in 'biggest privacy trust betrayal in our time'. Particularly since employees have a trust that their employer will behave with integrity to guard the personal information they've entrusted to him - and this is anything but fulfilling such trust.
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“The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public's money.” A. de Tocqueville


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said by Steve:

"Breach" is not the right word, because this suggests an unintentional act. This was intentional, which suggests a far stronger word whose precise definition so far escapes me.

The word is "sellout"
as in
"biggest privacy sellout in our time"