Yahoo has denied that it's currently spying on customer emails on behalf of U.S. intelligence programs, but that doesn't mean it didn't do so in the past.
On Tuesday, Reuters reported that two former employees and a third person aware of the events claimed the company had last year secretly built software that would scan all of its' customers emails to look for certain keywords.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Meyer secretly ordered email engineers to write surveillance software for the NSA, Reuters revealed today, citing information from three former Yahoo employees and another person aware of the events. The software w...
PRIVACY: Yahoo secretly scanned customer emails for U.S. intelligence.
NEW YORK (AP) — Yahoo responded again Wednesday to a report that it scanned incoming email to hundreds of millions of accounts for the U.S. government. In a carefully worded statement that stops short of a denial, the company said a...
According to a Reuters report, Yahoo scanned millions of emails at the request of government security officials in 2015. CBS News contributor Nick Thompson has more on the case.