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End-To-End Encryption Could’ve Protected Yahoo Mail Users From 2014 Data Breach And NSA Spying

Yahoo Mail was exposed not just to a massive data breach in 2014, but also to U.S. government spying, according to recent reports. End-to-end encryption, which Yahoo once supported but later abandoned, could've protected users from both.
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