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Thanks to data breaches, hackers may be able to use your 2020 vote to steal your info

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ST. LOUIS – 2019 is on track to finish as the worst year for data breaches and in 2020, hackers could use drones, your cellphone, and even who you plan to vote for in the 2020 presidential election to steal your financial information.

How does the 2020 presidential election put us at risk for identity theft?

Why should we be worried about drones and our personal data?

What other methods are hackers expected to use against consumers and businesses?

Mike Bruemmer, Experian Data Breach Resolution Group, joins Fox 2 News live via satellite to answer these questions and offer advice about how we can protect ourselves from these predators.

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