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Attention Yahoo

43 Signatures Goal: 100

We the undersigned, being faithful users and customers of YAHOO.COM do hereby serve notice to the body of YAHOO.COM that we object to the continued neglect and abuse of our needs and desires. Towhit: The deletion and suspension of email accounts as well as communities called \"Groups\" without prior notice. The seemingly unstoppable wave of spam that swells through the communities called \"Groups\". The endless bombardment of banners and other forms of commercial advertisement which is inconsistent with all known facts re: Yahoo\'s current wealth and prosperity. The ever-constraining grip upon free expression in language and ideas by declaring words and phrases as \"profane\" with no regard to context or intent. The on-going reduction and loss of so-called free services. The increasing price in exchange for less services and options for all pay services under Yahoo\'s auspices. It is the sincere hope of the undersigned that the body of YAHOO.COM will stand up, take notice and call itself into account to those of us who have faithfully used their services.

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Signatures

  • 12 years ago
    Thomas Pierson United States
    12 years ago
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    Brandon Jones United States
    12 years ago
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    keith wells United States
    12 years ago
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    John Flint United States
    12 years ago
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    John Horne United Kingdom
    12 years ago
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    Brian Martin United States
    12 years ago
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    Eric Sampson United States
    12 years ago
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    Stefan Patejak United States
    12 years ago
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    stephen bigos United States
    12 years ago
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    Nigel Brennan United Kingdom
    12 years ago
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    Paul Freeman United Kingdom
    12 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    Damon Brown Canada
    12 years ago
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    Joel Johnson United States
    12 years ago
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    Kenneth Melber Jr. United States
    12 years ago
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    Roni Neurohr United States
    12 years ago
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