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From: steve_r125 at (Steve R)
Subject: Re: This sums up Yahoo!s security policy to a -T-

This comment posted in response says it all. Good work

Thank you Yahoo.
Posted by: Nick M 
Posted on: December 22, 2004, 10:20 AM PST
Story: Marine's death sparks e-mail privacy debate

My e-mail accounts are MY email accounts. Nobody has
the right to hijack my account, even if it's my own
family trying to remember me. When I clicked the "I
agree to Terms of Service" button I also believe that
my service provider will protect my privacy. When I
die, the information on my computer, as well as online
accounts should die with me. 

Hear, hear! The family has NO right to his email... ever.

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