Stop asking me to accept the new privacy terms
Every single time I log in to my email since April 11, 2018, I have to accept or dismiss the new Yahoo Oath privacy terms. Please make that stop. I've accepted multiple times.
Judith Conklin commented
sam newnham commented
new terms make me want to delete this account entirely
Alvin Hebert commented
When you get an idea about sticking something in your customers emails to get their attention, just say NO to yourself and move on.
Todd Paben commented
Cari Fischer commented
I would love to see a small hyperlink to Filters below list of folders - this would be more involved, but I would also love to see the "Add Filters" screen over the top of the folder (Inbox, ex.) I already have open so I can see the words in the "From" list that I want to filter. the Inbox wouldn't have to be interactive (that washout/frozen image thing that happens, like when ms snipping tool is opened, would be great -sorry for my lack of terms) - --- terrible memory, find myself going back and forth from the settings screen to my inbox :-) ---- LOVE the filter options, thanks so much, go Yahoo!
Debbie N commented
Yahoo wants to read all my email now? I put personal info there and along with the having to agree to the new terms EVERY TIME I LOG IN NOW, has me saying OVER AND OUT. I have used Yahoo for years as my primary email account...but no more. I am slowly moving all my logins for other sites to my Gmail account. BYE BYE YAHOO :(
Alison Hatfield commented
I have agreed to terms at least ten times. I SAID YES ALREADY - STOP ASKING!
Larry Heller commented
maybe we should all cancel our accounts maybe they would fix that dam privacy notice
R Machado commented
How do I restrict the personal information oath wants to sell? Even the bank lets me limit the amount of data and and who they share it with. oath seems to want to sell any of my information along with any of my friends information to WHOEVER they want. Not okay. And yahoo's privacy settings really has NOTHING to do with privacy....its only about whether you can see images in the spam folder. Where are the REAL privacy settings?
Mail should be on secured connection.. It is absolutely necessary for privacy, preventing fraud...
Gerald Smith commented
I don't need the message threading. I don't need the Reply, Reply All, and Forward buttons to move every time you "improve" the interface. I don't need Contacts to be renamed People or Friends or Influencers or whatever your design staff thinks the current "cool" term is. I've been using Yahoo! Mail for almost 20 years now.
It was fine until five or ten years ago. And then you became obsessed with "improving" it. Please stop. Thanks!
Mike Koehler commented
For at least seven straight days, I have logged on to my email and get the Changes to Privacy notice pop up. I must scroll down and accept it before I can get to my emails. Why does this keep popping up? Why aren't you tracking that I've seen this notification and accepted it?
Attila Vagvolgyi commented
As I mentioned, -I have to accept the New Privacy and Terms at every sign in. Why do not you solve this problem? Is there anybody out there?
DESMOND WHYTE commented
I thought I had an original idea!. TO LEAVE YAHOO ALTOGETHER!.
Yahoo!. I hope you're paying attention!??.
The Millennials laugh at me when I give them my email address. That should tell you something!.
Claudio Behn commented
I made the same observation lots of times, also writing to those who are supposed to assist customers. They make as if they didn't understand. They NEVER help. The whole thing doesn't make sense. The next time we'll have to accept OATH first, then AOL, then YAHOO and then God knows how many further tons of sh...
Alice Clearman commented
PLEASE!!! Do you guys SEE how many people are complaining about this? is ANYBODY there??
Attila Vagvolgyi commented
I am frustrated. Do not recognize this error???? Can't you see my comments? I will repeat this every time I have enough TIME and MOOD for this.
Ana Núñez commented
I don't want Yahoo or Oath to gather any kind of information about me, the emails I send, the emails I receive, the purchase I make etc... I don't want you to sell that information to Cambridge Analytica or companies like those or any company. I don't want to buy anything, I don't want to know anything about any candidate in politics. I don't want to be afraid of any news on TV or trending topics around the web. I just want to have an email that could be PRIVATE! This is my RIGHT, besides if I don't have anything to hide.
Kenneth Lovoy commented
This whole contract is APPALLING. Just a grotesque violation of privacy and waiver of rights. I've used this service for years and it will be an ordeal to transition but I am absolutely going to do it. I appreciate at least a heads-up so I can get started deleting everything and moving to Proton.
I will not be signing your new agreement. It's too long, and in the verbiage it notes your association with Verizon. No thanks. I don't do any kind of association with Verizon. I hate them. That being said, I have moved go gmail. 17 years with yahoo, down the drain. Keep moving forward, you will likely lose more people.