The Financial Post is reporting that, in the past month, data brokers have discovered the identities of over 10 million people.
The report notes that while the number of customers tracked is small, the potential for data brokers to collect personal information is.
Data brokers have developed algorithms that make it easier to track the data of the people they are trading with.
In some cases, the data brokers are using the identity of the customer to build profiles on the customer’s social media profiles.
This could be used to target the customer or target the company’s business.
Some of the data that has been identified as potentially collected includes name, email address, phone number, address and credit card information.
The companies are also able to gather data on the number and duration of visits to the website and search terms, and the amount of time that the customer has spent on the website.
The company that identified the problem was identified as Equifax.
The data brokers that have noticed the issue are tracking the customers’ browsing habits to understand how their data is being used and to track who the customers are meeting up with.
The customers that were identified have the same social media profile and also have the exact same profile picture as the data broker that is tracking the customer.
“Data brokers should be alert to the possibility that the information they collect from their customers may be being used to track their behavior,” the Financial Post says.
Equifax says it is taking steps to ensure that the company does not share personal information about customers with third parties.
“We take privacy and data security very seriously and have built a strong privacy and security policy that applies to our customers, our partners and third parties,” Equifax said in a statement.
“As always, we strive to build a strong network of trusted third parties who are dedicated to protecting customer data.”
While this is the first time that Equifax has noticed this issue, other companies have had similar problems.
In May, a report by the Financial Times detailed the problem of people being tracked.
According to the report, a US company called Lava was tracking the identities and financial transactions of more than 20 million people through their social media accounts.
It said the company was able to build an extensive database of the individuals that were involved in their accounts.
The Financial Times report noted that it was also able identify the people who used the accounts to trade on the stock market.
Lava is not the only company to be tracking the accounts of its users.
In July, another major US company, TransUnion, revealed that it had detected a similar issue in the company it bought.
In October, a different financial service company called Equifax reported that it also had noticed the problem.
But the company said that it wasn’t able to share any data on customers with the other three.
According for the Financial Review, the problem is likely to be worse in the future because the social media data could be collected by the companies.
According the Financial Services Forum, there are over a billion social media users worldwide, which means that the data could include a large number of people.
However, the issue is still an open one, and there is no guarantee that the companies that are tracking customers will protect them.