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EU privacy watchdogs question Yahoo on data breach

Monday 31 October 2016 | 08:54 CET | News
The EU's Article 29 group, uniting privacy regulations from the 28 member states, has sent a letter to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer asking her to explain the recent data breach at the company and the possible consequences for EU residents using Yahoo services. In particular, the WP29 is interested in the nature and content of the data concerned, the likely consequences of the breach, the number of people affected in each European country, the measures taken to notify the concerned data subjects and to mitigate the risks to the rights and freedoms of data subjects. The group noted that Yahoo had

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Companies: Yahoo
Countries: Europe
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