TransUnion Canada says data on 37,000 Canadians may have been compromised

TORONTO -- The personal information of about 37,000 Canadians may have been compromised between June and July, TransUnion Canada says.

The credit monitoring agency said the data was accessed through the fraudulent use of one if its legitimate business customer's login credentials.

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