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The attack was effective between 2015 and 2016, and follows two major breaches affecting over a billion users
The latest donation will go towards the the Street Football Association, a Centrepoint-run initiative encouraging vulnerable people to transform their lives through football.
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Breach of 500 million users’ accounts is ‘material’ to deal, says telecoms firm
Government surveillance could 'undermine privacy' says freedom of expression expert David Kaye
The giant is said to be the first US internet company to agree to such a blanket request
Hackers that breached Yahoo's (YHOO) databases in 2014 were not state-sponsored actors but cybercriminals, information security firm InfoArmor said on Wednesday.
Yahoo is already haemorrhaging users, traffic and advertising to rivals Google and Facebook - the leak of half a billion users personal details will magnify its problems.
Yahoo will be informing people if their personal information was disclosed – but it’s worth proceeding if you’ve been caught up in the hack either way
Your bank, your health insurer and even your favorite stores have also had their customers' data stolen by hackers.
Yahoo (YHOO) announced on Thursday that personal information was stolen from at least 500 million user accounts in 2014.
Uber admitted in February that it was losing around $1bn per year in the country amid fierce competition
The company is now far more than just a social network and has blown Wall Street away with its latest results. But should we be concerned about its growing power?
Mr McAdam aims for the company to lead on digital video, sports, finance and news
Yahoo! may still be undervalued on a sum-of-the-parts basis, if Alibaba is interested in a deal