Yahoo is extending its security terms and regulations to secure its users’ online actions from interfering with encryption over various interactions and other information waving into the giant’s data spaces around the universe.
Company’s CEO Marissa Mayer unveiled this commitment post the declaration by NSA stating the tracking of communications by Yahoo and Google. The Sunnyvale-based giant earlier had assured to encrypt its email services but now the plans go beyond mailing and it will be more complex for illegal people to transfer or steal any data.
“I want to reiterate what we have said in the past: Yahoo has never given access to our data centers to the NSA or to any other government agency,” Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer unzipped through its Tumblr blog.
Facebook and other companies too are working on enhancements of encryption and protection but the dates for any of them is unclear.