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The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. Message Board

  • grizelda33kitten grizelda33kitten Sep 9, 2010 11:05 AM Flag



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    • yahoo will start blocking your access to the boards so you'll have to register under a different id & pw. its happened to me.

    • Guess the truth is "objectionable"

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      • 1 Reply to steelponies
      • Waht we are dealing with is content that does not violate the TOS (because with a deletion due to a violation of the TOS, Yahoo sends a message to the poster indicating that their message violates the TOS and may, even after one such notice cancel the account), but that Yahoo finds objectionable.

        By not notifying a poster that their post does not violate the TOS or canceling the account, Yahoo is actually admitting that they are actively involved in censorship and thought shapaing for the benefit of "THOSE THAT DO NOT AGREE WITH THE CONTENT OF THE POSTS".

        Yahoo does not support free speech as guarateed by the constitution and that is because they own the outlet and can thought shape and censor all they want with their media outlet.

        What you post on Yahoo's site is owned by Yahoo.

    • Grow balls and revolt now......worthless screams on the web now

    • Were not in Kansas anymore. Its not America anymore either.

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