So I call again, and the Sisyphean cycle repeats three more times before I give up for the day. Inside were notes from people I’d forgotten about, small trinkets my grandfather gave me, and other knickknacks tying me to the past.
What would it look like to crowdsource the answers to my security questions?
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Serious advice is usually provided only to listeners' own questions. Answers questions typically receive hypothetical courses of action commensurate with the inanity of the original question.
Both types of submissions are used as jumping-off points for humor and digressions.
But even as Yahoo concluded the 2012 data did not result from a breach of its own servers, it discovered evidence of a breach in late 2014 that exposed 500 million Yahoo accounts to what Yahoo described as "state-sponsored" hackers. MORE: What to Do After a Data Breach Two Democratic senators took Yahoo to task in separate statements yesterday.