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Just watching the news and caught a piece on AOL and Yahoo making it possible for companies to bypass their spam filters for $.01 per email. They claim it's to make sure consumers get the emails from businesses that they really want. Now, here's my question - when have you ever really wanted a company's junkmail?
All I see this amounting to is a whole hell of a lot more spam making it to your inbox and AOL/Yahoo capitalizing off of it. I'm tempted to cancel my Yahoo mail account because of this, but I have a few important things tied into that account, unfortunately.
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