You may remember hearing last week about a significant cyber-security breach at a company called ChoicePoint. ChoicePoint is a clearinghouse of 19 billion public records on people across the country... including credit ratings, drivers license and social security numbers. At first the problem appeared limited to consumers here in California -- then we found out no, Californians only knew about it first because of a state law requiring they be notified. Today the company said the security breach - which happened in October - affected residents in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and three U.S. territories. Marketplace's Lisa Napoli reports.