Yahoo’s EU regulator orders privacy changes over data breach

Padraic Halpin reports:

Yahoo’s European regulator has ordered it to make privacy changes following a probe into what it said was one of the largest ever data breaches to impact EU citizens.


It ordered the internet company to take specified actions, including ensuring that all its data protection policies take account of the applicable data protection law, and are reviewed and updated at defined regular intervals.

It also must update its data processing contracts and procedures associated with such contracts to comply with data protection law.

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