Who has the dubious distinction of the single biggest data breach? That would be Adobe, but AOL earns the honor for ongoing data breaches. In Adobe's case, that amounted to 152 million customer IDs stolen, but Ebay isn't that far behind with 145 million records stolen. How about Target at 70 million credit card number stolen? All these numbers—and more— are packed into a fantastic infographic from Information is Beautiful. It does a great job of putting the biggest data breaches back to 2004 into perspective, and it's a great reminder why it's important to use unique logins for all of your online services.