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Yahoo Claims Reuters NSA Scanning Report Was 'Misleading,' Not False

Yahoo said Reuters' report about allowing the government to scan all user emails was "misleading," but it didn't clarify how it was misleading, nor did it say it's completely false. Yahoo also left many other questions unanswered.
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