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Information supplied by the internet giant Yahoo! to Chinese intelligence has resulted in the conviction of a journalist for "divulging state secrets abroad", a respected international press organisation said....
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Location: usa
Subject: boycott yahoo
Sep 10 2005 08:26 PM

yahoo sucks
Tendor  

Location: New York
Subject: go google
Sep 07 2005 11:11 PM

cancel yahoo, and go google. yahoo's behavior is rediculously obnoxious.
-do search in google instead of yahoo
-use Gmail instead of yahoo mail
-don't make yahoo your default homepage
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Location: us
Subject: yahoo
Sep 07 2005 09:21 PM

I deleted yahoo a quite while ago, as Yahoo made it neary impossible to erase "footprints" even though it indicated it had when the funcion was preformed--and while using other software to do so. All do. Still, when reading the policies of AOL, and MSN, and most any, any one of these holds at least vaguely, the rights to do the same thing--give information, when the cause fits their jargon. Since Yahoo DID, especially in this resulting way, it should be made known, not only on Phayul--but picked up by the AP wire, also, and other press. And, would be great if Tibetans and Supports all did cancel Yahoo...pass the word on to the the groups, also providing this article link, might be helpful... I will. Would be a good idea for all to write their respective officials in their countries to give voice to this incidence, too. To me, it is important to voice the results of this type of collaboration, it does bring into question ethics, and democracy at the very least.
Tenam  

Location: Paris
Subject: TIME FOR ACTION
Sep 07 2005 01:31 PM

I urge all tibetans who have yahoo email box to cancel at once and open another email.

This is the least we can do, it is very simple, easy, and fast.

Small actions like this can make big results or impacts.
Also foward this news everywhere, since it has to be known by all.

To do something, even small thing, is a duty and a tribute to all who have given their lives.
Please do it!

BHOD GYALO !
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