WASHINGTON — The number of recent data breaches is dizzying.

In recent days, Experian announced 15 million T-Mobile customers' data had been breached, the government raised its estimate of employees' fingerprints that had been compromised nearly fivefold to 5.6 million and Patreon said 2.3 million users' data had been dumped online.

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