Apologies aren’t enough for several lawmakers asking for accountability from Epsilon Data Management LLC following last weeks’ data breach at the company. 

Shortly after a statement was issued by Epsilon President Bryan Kennedy last Wednesday that apologized for the inconvenience and the "phishing" e-mails that victims may receive as a result, leaders of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce’s Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade formally asked for an April 18 response to 14 questions about the breach.

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