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    Paul - I'll take the shame. I avoided any real damage. For what would I file a claim...inconvenience? All our privacy has been lost or for sale for years. YMMV, however.

    UPDATE on 7/22 - Fine paid to the US will be $300M. Left for attorneys, etc. and finally 170 million victims (including me): $400-million. If the attorneys chose not to take a fee, that's about $2.35 per person. On top of that, victims have to prove and actual loss.

    I guess someone else will get my $2.35.
    Last edited by ExGMan; 07-22-2019 at 10:47 PM.
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