A federal judge has asked both Yahoo Inc. and plaintiffs pursuing claims against the company over its massive data breach to weigh in on what the company’s disclosure of additional affected customers means to the case.

Yahoo parent company Verizon announced Tuesday that roughly 3 billion accounts that were active August 2013 were likely affected by the hack. The disclosure tripled the number previously disclosed by Yahoo.

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