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Yahoo Data Breach Settlement: How to File Your Claim

Did you have a Yahoo account between the years 2012 and 2016? Well, you may be entitled to some money!

For many years now, the people who had their personal information leaked in the massive Yahoo data breach that took place over the course of several years have been fighting to be made whole again. The lawyers who have been fighting against Yahoo have finally come to an agreement with the company.

A $117 million settlement will resolve the Yahoo class-action lawsuit over multiple data breaches that affected billions of users. Those in the United States and Israel who had an email account through Yahoo or had subscribed to Yahoo Sports, Yahoo Finance, Tumblr, and Flickr [...]

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The new Yahoo Mail app is made for one-handed grocery shopping

Yahoo Mail isn’t quite as ubiquitous as it once was, but plenty of people use both the app and email service for their long-form communication needs in 2019. Today Yahoo is pushing out an entirely new version of the app, with modern focus on one-handed use with taller phones, faster access to attached files, and tools to help you save cash — plus a strange (but potentially useful) grocery coupon clipping tool that has nothing to do with email. Read More

The new Yahoo Mail app is made for one-handed grocery shopping was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Yahoo to Pay $50 Million to 200 Million Americans with Credit Monitoring For Massive Security Breach

Once an internet world giant; Yahoo; have come to an agreement to pay 50 million dollars, as a reimbursement to the 200 million users affected after the largest internet data breaches of all time. These breaches occurred in 2013 that involved around 3 billion users. Then in 2014, it involved ½ a billion users. The mistake that Yahoo made was that they did not reveal this information, not until 2016.

During this time period, they finalized the deal of selling their digital world to Verizon Communications for 4.83 billion dollars. But this amount was later reduced to 350 million dollars due to the damaged image and reputation in the events of the disclosure of the breaches. The [...]

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Yahoo to Pay $50M in Damages, Provide Credit Monitoring Service for 200M Users Affected by Data Breaches in 2013 & 2014

Yahoo will pay $50 million in damages and provide two years free credit monitoring to the 200 million Yahoo users affected by the service’s 2013 and 2014 security breaches.

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