Yahoo says all of its 3bn accounts were affected by 2013 hacking

The company said last December that data from more than 1bn user accounts was compromised in the largest breach in history, but is now tripling that figure

Yahoo said on Tuesday that every one of its 3bn accounts were affected by a 2013 data theft at the tech company, tripling its earlier estimate of the largest breach in history.

The company, now part of Verizon Communications, said last December that data from more than 1bn user accounts was compromised by hackers in August 2013.

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Uber and TfL plan more talks after meeting fails to resolve London row

Ride-hailing firm says it is ‘determined to make things right’ in London as CEO Dara Khosrowshahi leads bid to regain licence

Uber and Transport for London are set for further peace talks after failing to reach an agreement at a summit where the ride-hailing app’s chief executive launched a bid to win back the company’s licence.

Dara Khosrowshahi, who took over as Uber chief executive last month, flew to London for the emergency meeting with TfL commissioner Mike Brown on Tuesday. The pair are understood to have discussed measures Uber could take to resolve the dispute during head-to-head talks that ended without the US firm making any commitments.

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