That includes $50 million for compensation for up to 200 million affected users plus another $35 million for lawyers’ fees and expenses.
People who had Yahoo accounts between 2012 and 2016 and experienced out-of-pocket costs tied to the data breaches will be eligible for compensation, and small businesses and other paid users will be eligible for a 25% refund for fees paid during that time period.
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