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Yahoo! Cybersecurity Breach Helps Lower Value by $1 Billion

If you need a wake up call on how much a cybersecurity breach will cost, take a look at Yahoo! who may have just lost $1 billion dollars in their sale to Verizon. In addition, Yahoo! was outed - although they dispute the claim that they gave carte blanche to the FBI and NSA to scan through every email they have in this system. (Yes, I actually wondered in writing if Yahoo! is the preferred email system for terrorist.
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