Yahoo To Pay $50 Million For Massive Security Breach

San Francisco: Yahoo has agreed to pay $ 50 million in damages and provide free credit monitoring services to approximately 200 million people in the United States and Israel for two years, stealing their e-mail addresses and other personal information as part of the greatest security were break in the history of America.

The provision is contingent on the Federal Supreme Court having agreed to a lawsuit filed Monday night in a two-year lawsuit to hold Yahoo liable for the digital intrusions in 2013 and 2014 that were not announced before 2016.

About 3 billion Yahoo accounts were attacked by hackers, some of which are linked to Russia by the FBI. The agreement reached in a San Francisco court has about one billion accounts of about 200 million people.

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