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Could Yahoo be in trouble with the SEC?

Yahoo said it learned of its recent massive breach, which affected more than 500 million user accounts, in August. Yet on Sept. 9 -- after it started its investigation -- the company said in a regulatory filing that it was not aware of "any incidents of, or third party claims alleging" security breaches, "unauthorized access […]
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