Does Yahoo answers infringe on people's right to freedom of Speech?
My Question "Why does Obama get to lie more then other Politicians?" be deleted because someone didn't agree with it. I appealed to see if I could get it pay for. We will see what happens with this question. I guess I am disallowed to ask questions regarding my opinion. To those of you who are curious, They denied my request to put the put somebody through the mill back without giving any real reson why. I asked them to be more specific. We will see what happen from here.
Your right to freedom of speech does not apply on a private forum. You have the right to post something and others have the right to disagree and own it deleted. When you signed on to YA you agreed to the TOS. No one says it is always tolerant but you can always find another forum to voice your opinions.
Yes they do infringe on peoples right to free speech So far I have had answer delete because somebody didn't like my answer. Oh well, I am not here to make friends anyways.
Here's a statement from the republicans to repair Bush's messed up economy: Boycott GM and Chrysler. Is that sick or what?
Interesting.......please be sure and let us know Yahoo's response to your appeal and especially the basis they gave for deleting your question...wonder if they'll delete this one?
No. You don't enjoy the right of "free speech" on Y!A. You have the rights they give you.
The first amendment guarnatees freedom of speech from the government, "congress shall pass no law" Yahoo! Answers does not decline under that jurisdiction.
ahoo has vague community rules which allow 2 or more users to do their work,censoring and issuing delete/vios,,,,,,which would be impossible,as they stipulation a dozen bilingual linguists,peeps with degrees surrounded by science,math,psychology,history of every era,music,art,every thing from a to z in wiki,I think yahoo staff beside attorneys,i/t specialists,para legals,meet in conference rooms with broad projection screens,,,,,,showing every word contained in "terms of service",vs "community rules',and conceiving every problem,and address the problem within the limits of either of these two.offenses such as "ranting",insults,,,,,,,one man simple statement about the weather in burundi may be elsewhere construed as an insult,,,you file an appeal,and yer departed hanging,a possible solution is for users to e mail the sponsors,,,keeping it simple,,,,,like tolerate all qs and as be posted as written,minus outright threats,insults to skin color,ca ca,poo poo,stuff like that,talkin to yahoo on this is like hollerin at the tv set,those folks might consider that yank the color avatar in favor of the square smiling pumpkin would make for less optical appeal,and attract less advertisin
Unlike Citigroup and Chrysler, Yahoo is not part of the U.S. Government. It can do doesn`t matter what it wants.
Yahoo hold pressure of some political interests and radical agendas Yahoo is a tool for them