Yahoo and AOL just gave themselves the right to read your emails again - CNET

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Yahoo and AOL just gave themselves the right to read your emails again     - CNET
Apr 13, 2018 ... Oath, the media division of Verizon that runs both AOL and Yahoo, is finally unifying the privacy policy of its two giant legacy Internet brands. That means an updated set of privacy terms and policies for hundreds of millions of users. And in an online world where privacy expectations have been radically ...
Yahoo and AOL just gave themselves the right to read your emails (again) https://cnet.co/2ENo2Xh pic.twitter.com/mqYTrhsL6t. 8:45 PM - 14 Apr 2018. 28 Retweets; 19 Likes; Linda Hamilton TroubledDays Everything has a season. Ahmed salama Richard Roque Tomisa Starr Tim Gusey Dominique(Leo Great) TweetCop7.
4 days ago ... When we logged in to a Yahoo Mail account on April 13, we were greeted with the privacy policy you see below (Jason Kint had pointed to the policy earlier on Twitter). In it, Oath notes that it has the right to read your emails, instant messages, posts, photos and even look at your message attachments.
In today's news, Yahoo's and AOL's ad-targeting drive is reflected in a new privacy policy, NASA hunts for exoplanets and Waymo applies to test fully driverless cars. 1:18 / April 16, 2018. Transcript. This is CNET, and here are the stories that matter right now. [MUSIC] It's not just Facebook using personal data to target ads.
Apr 16, 2018 ... In today's news, Yahoo and AOL's ad-targeting drive is reflected in their new privacy policy, NASA hunts for exoplanets and Waymo applies to test fully driverless cars.

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