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Yahoo security breach: 500 million accounts impacted, ‘state sponsor’ blamed

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Yahoo says a security breach dating back to 2014 impacted 500 million user accounts. The stolen data includes usernames, passwords, telephone numbers, and birthdays. The tech company is urging users to change their passwords.