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2. Yahoo has been in and out of the headlines for its widespread data breaches. Even now, it looks like user data isn’t private. That’s because Yahoo and AOL -- which are both now owned by Verizon’s Oath brand -- are mining users' emails for advertising keywords. That’s something that many other email services, such as Google's Gmail, have stopped due to privacy implications.
3. Remember the story last year about the company offering implanted microchips to employees? They’re still doing it, and about 80 workers have now opted in. The RFID chips enable employees to do things like log onto computers and purchase items at the cafeteria.