Yahoo Data Breach: Protecting Yourself


Yahoo Data Breach: Protecting Yourself
    Yahoo says more than a billion users were affected by a data breach that it says occurred in 2013. WSJ personal technology editor Wilson Rothman and WSJ's Tanya Rivero discuss tips for protecting yourself against future breaches. Photo: Getty
    
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    1. How can Yahoo still exist? I mean nobody even cares about that company anymore and they don't do anything new or special. They are basically the failed version of Google.