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From: se_cur_ity at (morning_wood)
Subject: This sums up Yahoo!s security policy to a -T-

> If their refusal to release that mail even after their customer is dead is
> an indication as to their privacy practices, three cheers for Yahoo.
> Don't you get the whole "slippery slope" thing?  If it's ok when you're
> dead (which it's not, my stuff is my stuff...destroy it when you're sure
> I've really shuffled off elsewhere, unless I gave you very specific
> instructions otherwise) then maybe it's ok if you are in a coma...then
> maybe it's ok if you are really sick and someone else is your legal
> guardian becaue you've been declared non-compos mentis...then maybe it's
> ok if it's your parents...or your wife...or a concerned neighbor...
> What's in that mailbox is/was mine, none of your business unless I chose
> to share it.

i couldnt agree more... another case of lame, illogical media bullshit

happy hollidays,


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