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Apple and Google say they didn't build secret tools to spy on users like Yahoo did (GOOG, AAPL, YHOO, TWTR)

Some of the biggest companies in the tech industry say they have not built special software to spy on their users on behalf of US intelligence services — following reports that Yahoo did exactly that in 2015. On Tuesday, Reuters' Joseph Menn dropped a bombshell: Yahoo had reportedly created custom software that would scan all incoming emails in real-time, and flag any that contained certain pre-defined keywords.
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