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Yahoo loses its bid to reject data breach lawsuit

engadget Monday, 12 March 2018
Yahoo (and by extension, its parent/Engadget owner Verizon) now has no choice but to face the majority of claims in a US lawsuit over the internet giant's multiple data breaches. California Judge Lucy Koh (of Apple-versus-Samsung fame) has denied Ve...
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A federal judge has ordered that Yahoo can be sued for a series of data breaches that compromised personal information for billions of users. But the decision also limited legal claims that can be filed, including negligence and breach of contract. But US District Judge Lucy Koh dismissed other...

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