FEDS INDICT 3 IN IDENTITY THEFT CASE NEWARK, N.J. — U.S. attorneys here last week charged three individuals with stealing credit and debit card numbers from retailers, including Scarborough, Maine-based Hannaford Bros., in what federal officials called the single largest data breach in U.S. history. The indictment charges that Albert Gonzalez, 28, of Miami, worked with two hackers based in Russia to steal customer account information from Hannaford and 7-Eleven. Data was also stolen from ...

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