The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency has sent letters informing more than 2.5 million disaster victims that the agency overshared personal information, WTXL in Tallahassee, Florida, reports. The Department of Homeland Security Office of the Inspector General revealed in March 2019 that those who took part in FEMA's Transitional Sheltering Assistance program had excessive information shared with TSA's contractor. Of the 2.5 million people affected, 1.8 million potentially had their banking information exposed. FEMA said it will provide 18 months of free crediting monitoring to those affected individuals.
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