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>> The biggest known hack ever, hitting over a billion user accounts at Yahoo, now hitting its $4.8 billion dollar deal in the making with Verizon. Sources telling Reuters, Verizon wants Yahoo to amend the terms of the deal, Jessica Toonkel is on the story.>> Sources have told us that after the first breach, Verizon looked into getting a price concession.
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But was still prepared to, kind of, go through with the deal. Now, they need to get that price concession. I still think they want to get this deal done because they've done so much work on the integration already. But I think that they will insist, and they're prepared to go to court, if they don't get the price concession.
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>> Yahoo shares dropping over 5% Thursday, its biggest daily drop in nearly a year. No surprise, it's only been months since Yahoo reported at least 500 million user accounts were compromised. That was in 2014. This latest one to be discovered was in 2013. Yahoo says it believed the two were by different hackers.
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The latest breach has drawn widespread criticism. Stolen information may have included names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, scrambled passwords, and in some cases encrypted or unencrypted security questions and answers. But Yahoo saying payment card data and bank account information were not stored in the system believed to be affected.
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The White House saying Thursday the FBI is investigating the hack.