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Yahoo helped the U.S. government spy on emails, report says

Yahoo Inc. reportedly built a program allowing the U.S. government to scan millions of customers’ emails for a specific phrase last year, raising questions in the tech industry about why Yahoo didn’t fight the demand. Generally, tech firms have sought to bring more transparency to government surveillance...
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