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Yahoo is making it harder for users to sue

May 1, 2018

A class action waiver and mutual arbitration clause are two big changes for Yahoo users as the site integrates further into the Verizon Oath family. Don’t expect to join a class action lawsuit against Yahoo — or any other site owned by Oath, Verizon’s content division. As CNET first reported on April 13, Yahoo began notifying users that their email […]

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Oath’s new privacy policy allows it to scan your Yahoo and AOL mail for targeted advertising

April 16, 2018

This month, Oath updated its privacy policies, which grants the company the right to scan your AOL and Yahoo email for the purposes of tailoring ads for users Verizon acquired Yahoo in 2016, and brought AOL and Yahoo together under an unfortunately named brand: Oath. At the time, we noted that the merger, coupled with the passage of a […]

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Yahoo Says all 3 Billion Accounts Hacked in 2013 Data Theft

March 4, 2018

Yahoo said last December that data from more than 1 billion accounts was compromised in 2013, the largest of a series of thefts that forced Yahoo to cut the price of its assets in a sale to Verizon.   Yahoo on Tuesday said that all 3 billion of its accounts were hacked in a 2013 […]

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Yahoo Mail DOWN

February 8, 2018

The official Yahoo Customer Care Twitter account has responded to reports that Yahoo Mail users are experiencing issues for the second day in a row.   Down Detector has received a surge of reports of Yahoo Mail down today, with the majority of issuses revolving around difficulties logging in.   The Yahoo Customer Care Twitter […]

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