Insurance Pro Sues Yahoo Over Massive Data Hacks

 Friday, February 10, 2017

 insurancebusinessmag.com

A Texas insurance agent is suing Yahoo over the fallout from two breaches of user data, alleging that his credit card data was stolen in the hacks. Last year, Yahoo announced that it had been the victim of two data breaches — one in 2014 that obtained details of at least 500 million accounts, and one the year before of more than a billion accounts. The company said in an SEC filing that it had known of the 2014 hack for nearly two years before announcing it, according to a siliconbeat.com report. But in its announcement of the hacks, Yahoo said that its investigation indicated that no payment-card information had been compromised.
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