Judge denies Yahoo's bid to dismiss data breach lawsuits

March 13, 2018

A US federal judge has ordered Yahoo to face legal action over a series of data breaches that exposed the personal data of three billion users. US District judge Lucy Koh rejected a bid from Verizon Communications, the firm that bought Yahoo's internet business in June last year, to dismiss a number of ...



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