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The dates could be a coincidence, of course, but given the somewhat boastful nature of other leaked NSA/GCHQ documents, it's equally feasible that the analysts are using vague language to show off their prowess at screen scraping.

What we do know, because a Yahoo spokesperson just confirmed it to me, is that prior to 2012, Yahoo did not encrypt its webcam traffic.

A smaller audience makes Yahoo's services less valuable because it reduces the opportunities to show ads — the main reason that Verizon struck the deal seven months ago. — has maintained that its users have remained loyal, despite any mistrust that might have been caused by its lax security and the lengthy delay in discovering and disclosing the hacks.

The separate attacks occurred in 20; Yahoo disclosed them this past September and December.

What's left of Yahoo after the deal closes — an entity that will be called Altaba Inc.

The Guardian reports that GCHQ, a British analog to the National Security Agency, collected and stored images from Yahoo webcam streams through a program called "Optic Nerve." According to the report, the agency targeted "millions of internet users not suspected of wrongdoing," including citizens of both the United States and the United Kingdom, with the program. What's unclear is whether it actually constitutes illegal spying.

And he was driving them to a hotel.“I was 100 percent sure I knew what was happening,” Avila tells PEOPLE. I wondered if I should take pictures with my phone.”As they drove up to the hotel, one of the women got out of the car with the girl, Avila says.

in a concession for security lapses that exposed personal information stored in more than 1 billion Yahoo user accounts.

The revised agreement announced Tuesday eases investor worries that Verizon would demand a discount of at least

And he was driving them to a hotel.“I was 100 percent sure I knew what was happening,” Avila tells PEOPLE. I wondered if I should take pictures with my phone.”As they drove up to the hotel, one of the women got out of the car with the girl, Avila says.

in a concession for security lapses that exposed personal information stored in more than 1 billion Yahoo user accounts.

The revised agreement announced Tuesday eases investor worries that Verizon would demand a discount of at least $1 billion or cancel the deal entirely.

The hacking bombshells, disclosed after the two companies agreed on a sale, represent the two biggest security breaches in Internet history.

The security breaches raised concerns that people might decrease their usage of Yahoo email and other digital services that Verizon is buying.

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And he was driving them to a hotel.“I was 100 percent sure I knew what was happening,” Avila tells PEOPLE. I wondered if I should take pictures with my phone.”As they drove up to the hotel, one of the women got out of the car with the girl, Avila says.in a concession for security lapses that exposed personal information stored in more than 1 billion Yahoo user accounts.The revised agreement announced Tuesday eases investor worries that Verizon would demand a discount of at least $1 billion or cancel the deal entirely.The hacking bombshells, disclosed after the two companies agreed on a sale, represent the two biggest security breaches in Internet history.The security breaches raised concerns that people might decrease their usage of Yahoo email and other digital services that Verizon is buying.

billion or cancel the deal entirely.

The hacking bombshells, disclosed after the two companies agreed on a sale, represent the two biggest security breaches in Internet history.

The security breaches raised concerns that people might decrease their usage of Yahoo email and other digital services that Verizon is buying.