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Two massive security scandals have hit Yahoo in a matter of days. First, the company acknowledged that hackers stole usernames and passwords for at least 500 million users, and the hack happened all the way back in 2014. Then, a report from Reuters revealed that Yahoo built a software tool that could comb all the emails sent through its system and extract data for unnamed intelligence agencies.
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