Regaining the upper hand?

Yahoo threw down the gauntlet to bitter rivals Google and Microsoft yesterday by cutting the length of time that it retains information about what its users are doing online.

It will now keep information about online searches for only 90 days – down from 13 months – before ‘anonymising’ the data by getting rid of any information about the computer address of the user.

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