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I DON'T Want the new Yahoo

Posted on 2014-02-19
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How can I opt out of the offer for the "new yahoo"?   It says that once I opt in, I can't go back. .. Sounds like Hotel Calif.
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Once in, there is no way out.  Sooner or later, all users will be neo-yahood.  :-(
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So I have no choice?
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No.  :-(
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Thank you
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I wish I had the "old" yahoo.  :-)
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