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Yahoo seeks clarity from U.S. on national security orders to companies

Reuters Wednesday, 19 October 2016 ()
(Reuters) - Yahoo Inc said on Wednesday it formally urged the United States to provide clarification around national security orders that the government issues to internet companies to obtain user data.
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