Users Affected by Yahoo's Massive Data Breach Will Be Able to Sue, a Judge Has Ruled

March 13, 2018

Victims of the massive data breaches that exposed 3 billion email accounts will be able to sue Yahoo after a judge ruled that users may have acted differently had the company been more forthcoming about the hacks. Yahoo's parent company, Verizon Communications, had attempted to have many ...



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