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Yahoo just made it a lot harder to quit Yahoo Mail (YHOO, VZ)

Yahoo has not had a good month. Since Verizon said it would buy the aging internet giant last summer, it's been revealed that it was breached in a massive hack, in which over 500 million user account details were stolen. Last week, The New York Times also reported that the company installed tools that surveilled all incoming email traffic on behalf of the US Government. It's enough to make a loyal Yahoo Mail user look for alternatives, like Google Gmail, or Microsoft's Outlook.
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