Or did they sell their customer’s phone numbers?
Or maybe the completion of the Yahoo acquisition has triggered something?
Whatever it is – until today I had never received a single piece of spam as text through my phone … and maybe one spam phone call every couple of months.
Today, I have received 7 spam texts and 5 spam phone calls … and we still are only half way through the day.
What’s up with that?
This popped through my feed today ... quite funny - but it did make me think.
The joke could have been even funnier (well I think so) by not changing the flow from ‘is’ to ‘contains’. Then we could have had; Continue reading
So it is clear which side Yahoo is on. From their business POV it makes total sense. I wonder if Google will follow suit? And when they do, what the free users of those services will do in turn.
- Move ?
- Accept It ?
- Demand A Paid For Service From The Provider ?
The company says it’s not policy to do this — yet — but they’re testing locking Yahoo Mail users out of their accounts unless they turn off ad-blocking.
[ Source : Boing Boing ]