YAHOO accused gross negligence resulting in 500 million account information by black Tencent Francisco, according to foreign media reports, on Friday, a user sued the Internet giant YAHOO, claiming that the company due to gross negligence, causing it to at least 500 million accounts in 2014 information stolen by hackers. YAHOO has announced an unprecedented large-scale hacking incident, which it believes is "state sponsored hackers". A day after the user to the federal court in San Jose, California, filed a lawsuit. The user is a resident of New York, Ronald Schwartz (Schwartz), he is on behalf of all the United States affected YAHOO users sued YAHOO in. The lawsuit is prepared to seek class action, and is ready to claim YAHOO. YAHOO spokesman said the company has not yet discussed this lawsuit has not yet come. Two months ago, YAHOO CEO Marisa Meijer (Marissa Mayer) to YAHOO Internet business sale price of $4 billion 800 million for the wireless operator Verizon Communications. Since then, she has been struggling to maintain the site’s shrinking assets. The hackers may make her hard cast to waste. On Thursday, YAHOO claimed that the company’s user information leaked in late 2014, including the name, e-mail address, phone number, birthday and password. However, the indictment alleged that such a large-scale hacking incident could have been avoided, because YAHOO had previously been hacked. If it takes care of the user’s privacy and enhances its security measures, then similar events will not repeat itself. It also accused YAHOO spent twice as much time than other companies to announce the hacking incident. YAHOO’s actions suggest that it "doesn’t care about the security of its users’ personal information". Schwartz on behalf of two larger U.S. class action Law Corporation Robbins Geller Rudman &, Dowd and Labaton Sucharow. On Friday, 8 million British users were urged to quickly modify their Internet password, because the information commissioner has confirmed that their accounts were affected by the hacker attacks. The information commissioner said the leaked information was "shocking" and warned companies that they have a responsibility to prevent cyber criminals from stealing information from their users. The information commissioner has the right to impose a maximum fine of 500 thousand on companies that fail to protect user information. In fact, the social network has been more and more cases of hacker attacks, YAHOO is only one of the latest cases. At the beginning of this year, Myspace found that people on the black market openly selling its 427 million user information. In May this year, the social networking site LinkedIn occupation in 2011 117 million stolen user accounts, is also open outcry on the network. The light micro-blog site Tumblr 65 million e-mail messages also suffered the same fate. (compilation of Music)相关的主题文章:


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