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Top 10 stories of the week: September 19th to September 25th 2016

In no particular order, here are MediaNama’s top 10 stories of the week ended 25th September 2016 MediaNama would like to thank its sponsors: Info Edge, Times Internet, Mapmyindia and E2E for their support. - Yahoo admits to 2014 ‘state sponsored’ hack that stole 500M users’ data Yahoo has blamed state sponsored hackers for stealing information of at least 500 million user accounts, reports the Wall Street Journal. The breach, which was carried out in 2014, and includes data like names, email addresses, dates of birth, telephone numbers and encrypted passwords of Yahoo customers. Read it here - Ozone Networks’ WiFi service at CCD outlets violates differential pricing ruling Public Wi-Fi provider Ozone Networks will deploy Wi-Fi services to customers at Café Coffee Day (CCD) outlets in a phased manner: in the first phase, around 225 CCD outlets in Delhi and Bangalore will receive Wi-Fi service. The next phase will cover CCD outlets in cities like Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai and Goa. Read it here. - Razorpay will have revenue sharing deals with banks for UPI payments Payment gateway aggregator Razorpay has tied up with ICICI Bank, YES Bank and HDFC Bank for payments over the Unified Payments Interface (UPI). With this, all merchants on Razorpay will be able to have UPI as an option in addition to credit and debit cards, net banking and wallets. Read it here. - Intuit appoints former Housing CMO Nikhil Rungta as India MD Software company Intuit has appointed Nikhil Rungta as its managing director…

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