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Yahoo scanned all of its users’ incoming emails on behalf of U.S. intelligence officials

Yahoo in April of last year began secretly scanning the incoming emails of its hundreds of millions of users to comply with an order from the U.S. intelligence community, a move that prompted at least two company officials to leave, according to a former Yahoo employee familiar with the matter. The company’s decision not to fight the order from intelligence […]
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