Identity Thieves Got Private Data for 104,000 U.S. Taxpayers

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Personal Data Stolen From 104K Taxpayers

Identity thieves stole information on 104,000 U.S. taxpayers from the IRS website and used the data to file fake tax returns that yielded as much as $50 million in refunds, agency Commissioner John Koskinen said.

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