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A retirement plan participant has sued JPMorgan Chase over the company's recent data breach, alleging that his personal information was "targeted, compromised and unlawfully accessed." The full names, addresses, payment and deduction amounts, and Social Security numbers of more than 451,000 participants were exposed in the breach, the company said.

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