Judge Rules Victims of Yahoo Data Breach Can Sue

March 14, 2018

In October 2017, the search engine and email provider admitted that all 3 billion accounts had been breached, making it potentially the largest (in number of users affected) data breach of all time. Yahoo was derided for their slow response and disclosure times and for allowing known vulnerabilities to ...



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