3rd rankedAnonymous commented
Ads on the internet are a given, at least for free sites. But this is ridiculous. The ads on Yahoo are extremely intrusive. Even when I ask them not to show me certain types of ads, they do it anyway. I've tried over and over to set add preferences that won't be offensive - but it never works. Yahoo keeps showing me ads that are intrusive, offensive, and down right annoying. I have young children in the house so I do NOT appreciate having certain ads pop up all the time - even when not a single search in any browser has had anything at all to do with the advertised product. Even when I use add blocker software, or try to turn the videos off, or even shrink my page to hide the ads; Yahoo forces them on me. I've had it. I'm switching to gmail. It is free and there aren't any ads at all anywhere around my inbox. I suggest everyone else do the same. Then maybe Yahoo will finally get a clue.
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