Yahoo secretly built software for US spies that monitored every user's emails for certain keywords, according to a bombshell report from Reuters published Tuesday.
The news has provoked a deluge of criticism for the ailing tech company, with the ACLU even labelling it "unconstitutional."
Other tech companies, including Google, Facebook, and Apple, have been quick to say they have never received similar requests — and if they did, they would challenge it in court.
Yahoo scanned hundreds of millions of its emails accounts for information wanted by U.S. intelligence agencies without customer knowledge, according to a report by Reuters. The internet company built software … Click to Continue »
Just days after admitting that some 500 millions of its email accounts were hacked (allegedly Russians, of course), the Yahoo confessional continues as Reuters reports, somewhat stunningly that, Yahoo secretly built software to sear...
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' Jo...
Reuters reported that Yahoo secretly built custom software to search through their users' incoming emails for a particular set of characters for the FBI and NSA.