Justice Department to identify alleged hackers in Yahoo security breach

The U.S. government is planning to accuse at least four people, including a Canadian and Russians, of stealing the personal information of hundreds of millions of Yahoo users, sources told ABC News.
0:35 | 03/15/17

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Now to breaking headline and that massive Yahoo! pact the Justice Department set to reveal. Who they think stole hundreds of millions of users personal information our senior justice correspondent Pierre Thomas has those details for us good morning Pierre. Good morning Robin that's right the US government is about to reveal who it thinks is behind some of the biggest private security breaches in history. Sources tell ABC news the government is going to accuse at least four people a Canadian and at least three Russians a stealing the personal information of hundreds of millions of Yahoo! users. And those sources say some of the hackers are suspected of having ties to the Russian government Robin right here I think Peter might.

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