Under Armour’s Revealing Data Breach

The active-wear company began informing users of its fitness and nutrition site MyFitnessPal on Thursday that their data may have been compromised. Baltimore-based Under Armour said that up to 150 million users' names, passwords, addresses could have been exposed but said that credit card or government identifiers were not stolen. The Baltimore Sun reports that the company learned of the breach four days ago.

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