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Yahoo has won a seven-year legal battle to declassify documents about how U.S. intelligence officials pressured the tech giant, under threats of huge fines, to hand over user data.
The court victory gives Yahoo the right to release 1,500 pages of once-secret documents sealed by the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, which reportedly collected data about a small number of Yahoo users. The documents are available on the Office of the Director of National Intelligence website.