Yahoo urges US to clarify user data rules
Internet firm Yahoo has called on the US government to clarify the rules around providing it with users' data.
The call comes after the firm was accused of secretly scanning millions of its users' email accounts on behalf of the US government.
The government should explain to the public the "national security orders they issue to internet companies to obtain user data," it said.
Yahoo said press reports about the firm's "mail scanning" were misleading.
"As we've said before, recent press reports have been misleading; the mail scanning described in the article does... read more
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