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Report: Yahoo gave US intel agencies access to email

NEW YORK (AP) — Yahoo reportedly scanned hundreds of millions of email accounts at the behest of U.S. intelligence or law enforcement. According to the Tuesday report, Yahoo acceded to a 2015 government directive to give email access to the National Security Agency or the FBI.
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