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Yahoo Mail Continues Scanning Emails To Sell Data To Advertisers

1 month ago   |   By Ubergizmo

While many popular email providers used to scan users' emails to provide data to advertisers, quite a few of them have moved away from this, but it appears that Yahoo Mail hasn't. A new report claims that Yahoo Mail continues to scan emails for data that it will sell to advertisers.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Oath, the company that owns Yahoo now , is in talks with advertisers on a new service which would scan more than 200 million Yahoo Mail inboxes to provide them with consumer data. What Oath did confirm to the scribe is that Yahoo Mail does perform email scans but pointed out...
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