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Yahoo announces new measures to protect the privacy of user data


The issue of security in Internet communications is more alive than ever, although the companies themselves continue to increase efforts to ensure their privacy by taking measures such as those announced today by Yahoo, which are added to the previously announced about to implement SSL encryption (Secure Sockets Layer) with a 2048-bit key to your email service, Yahoo Mail, before January 8, 2014.

To these measures is also added the statement of intent of the company itself in which it reiterates that it has never allowed access to its data centers to the NSA or any other government agency.

Well, the expansion of security and privacy efforts that will lead to all its services consists of the following characteristics: – Encryption of all the information that moves between data centers at the end of the first quarter of 2014. – Offer give users an option to encrypt all data flow to and from Yahoo at the end of the first quarter of 2014 – Work closely with their international email partners to ensure that Yahoo Mail accounts have https enabled.

The announcement was made by Marissa Mayer on the Yahoo blog with the intention that users continue to maintain their trust in the services, so Yahoo continues to work hard to protect the privacy of users and their respective data.