Quit making everything for your narrative!!!! We have a right to be heard. Quit turning off comments
Timothy Hess commented
These idiots have been "gathering feedback" for three years! They have now become part of the problem instead of the solution! They might as well join with the government since they too are denying our right to speak!
Steve Baran commented
stop with the one sided racists articles. Two white people were shot in Buffalo also.
What happened to the black guy that ran down the white crowd in Wisconsin?
You are a one sided liberal organization that censors comments.
YOU ARE DISGUSTING
John R commented
Stop censoring comments when I criticize you for your OVERHANDED CENSORSHIP! You can't take criticism under your "community guidelines", hang it up. I've used Yahoo for over 20 years and will start weaning off of your biased ******** site. YOU SUCK!
Chris Go commented
Today, of the top 14 "news" stories you posted. NINE were from the "huff post" or "business insider". What's the matter? Can't you find other sources to lie for you? Then you tell us we can have those two rags removed from our feeds. YOU MISS THE POINT. Those should not be the primary sources of "news" on your page every single day. This is dishonest and you know it.
Susan Horner commented
I TOTALLY AGREE WITH THIS!!!!!! Yahoo controls what people are able to read. How about free speech YAHOO????? Yesterday you allowed comments and when you didn't like them you pulled your old line out and shut them down. This is NOT GOOD FOR AMERICA! NOT GOOD FOR THE WORLD UNLESS YOU ARE A COMMUNIST!!!!!
We want comments back!!!
Helen Moran commented
today, your headline was about a republican female pol who called the racist killings in a N.Y. supermarket a "false Flag". I left, came right back to get her name and the article with her face was gone. Why? And I know Yahoo deliberately took it down
This is a serious issue!!! People need to hear peoples voices!!!
Why are you suspending the comment’s section again? We are adults, people don’t have to read or comment in the comment section. Stop this insanity!!!
Yahoo will soon be bought out. Atleast I can hope.
Well you communist at yahoo have taken away the comments again. Not everyone agrees with you..
Russell Murray commented
one sided "tabloid" style news, eh?
Cee Ztunez commented
I had to send you a comment here because as usual....you at Yahoo are not allowing comments. Anyway....You really need to double check things. This so called " Senior Finance Yahoo Reporter..(Aarthi?) talking about Student Loans and people being mad about "Loan Forgiveness...is most likely someone working for the "Education Department". This "Aarthi" lady.is most likely not even a real person! If you look on LinkedIN...there are like ten profiles with that same name....some from India and some are proclaiming themselves a "Doctor".
Besides many fake profiles on LinkedIn....there is this one....that states....she doesn't say whether she is single or married or even her age....because her profile is so "secretive". In face her education on LinkedIn totally is in disagreement with what is stated on the Yahoo short "Bio Paragraph. You guys at Yahoo really need to double check your editorials made by people who have no history. Check out this one like for that name for example: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aarthi-swaminathan-920541223
DAVID HARRIS commented
Allowing free speech & comment on articles again would be a great idea. Then you could remove THE LIE, at the end of every story,saying "it's temporary" !
I hope someone buys Yahoo so we can state our opinions. Bring back comments. Stop censoring if it don't fit your wokeness.
Kay Sharrah commented
I posted a comment similar to this at least a year ago, but it obviously fell on deaf ears, but I'm trying again.
This is the internet; if you want people to read your stories, you have to allow commenting on *all* of them, even [gasp] if you don't agree with some of them. And even on that rare story where comments are allowed, your "community guidelines" are too strict. Let us speak!
Steven J Brooks commented
Without comments turned on there is no reason to even read this substandard news here. Only the comments were entertaining. Were some offensive? Mabe, but I'm a bigboy that can handle reading something that I myself might not agree with.
NOT EVERYONE IS GOING TO AGREE WITH YOU. Thats how it all works.
Hope Elon buys Yahoo like he did Twitter and make this place decentralized so we can post whatever we want.
K C commented
So who decides which articles are off limits when it comes to commenting? It appears some of your editors like activist David Knowles are off limits completely. I'm not surprised he and Yahoo would want to protect his articles. It's not hard to push a narrative when you don't allow for comments. Does he and Yahoo fear the people will expose the bias and destroy the narrative? Tyrants fear open debate.
Ronnie Sherwood commented
Apparently their statement means "To Infinity and Beyond" -
"Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting."
But what do you expect from another leftist big tech company that wants to continue to 'censor' what dopey fact checkers consider 'unsuitable' content. No one should be threatened and harassed, but free debate enhances society for those mature & educated enough to engage in it. Twitter is learning a lesson now!
Saves me time though b/c I can skip Yahoo news ; )
William Wallace commented
Let me post on news stories