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  • animalofhighestorder animalofhighestorder Jan 2, 2013 8:35 PM Flag

    To Yahoo Advertisers: Will not be able to see your ads anymore.

    FYI: I am going to stop using yahoo. So your ads will not be coming to this household. Yahoo has been repressively censoring many words on the message boards. None that I have tried are cuss words, yet they are being censored.
    Yahoo has turned the USA into a extremely repressive society, one that rivals the antics in China and old Russia.
    Advertisers, you will have to market to me elsewhere. Yahoo is dismissed from my life,

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    • Perhaps if you restricted your comments to the companies and stocks in question instead of religeous and political comments, you wouldn't have this problem.

      • 1 Reply to still_my_dime
      • The Yahoo product really is far from cutting edge tech, which pretty much means a shrinking market share. Yahoo has resorted to deceiving headlines and are ever-dependent on stories about Kim Kardashian and poorly written news stories about who's posted what comments about another. The term "tabloid trash" is what comes to my mind. Political or religious comments aside, censorship IS an obnoxious feature that Yahoo has implemented that will ultimately drive viewers away. Bottom line, Yahoo is offering an inferior product that will affect our investment strategy and portfolios despite it's recent performance. This isn't a pump and dump ploy, just a message to the management. It's time for me to take some money off the table from this play.

        Sentiment: Sell

 
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