SEC investigating Yahoo towards the undisclosed hacking scandal

Bad news is not leaving Yahoo and the new in the list is an investigation by SEC against the search engine company. The US government agency is reportedly investigating why Yahoo has not shared the information of its two major data breach back in 2014.

According to a Wall Street Journal report, Yahoo is in under the investigation regarding the undisclosed hacking news and asked the company to provide documents related to hacking. The internet giant revealed in September 2016 that the company has gone through state-sponsored attack, confirmed attacker stole personal data of 500 million users.

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