Ok, get a load of this, I received a "Terms of Service" violation notice from Yahoo! today. I have never received one before from them. Here is their letter:
Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2006 11:51:03 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Yahoo! Administrative Notice
Dear Yahoo! account holder:
By creating and using your Yahoo! account, you agree to abide by
Yahoo!'s Terms of Service (TOS). Pursuant to the TOS, Yahoo! reserves
the right to terminate your account or otherwise prohibit use of your
account in the event that, among other things, Yahoo! believes that you
have violated or acted inconsistently with the letter or spirit of the
It has come to our attention that you may have violated the TOS.
Please reread the TOS and cease any use of your account that may
violate the TOS.
If your use of your Yahoo! account is brought to our attention again,
and we believe that such use violates the TOS, then we may terminate
your account without further notice.
Please do not reply to this email. Any questions concerning Yahoo!'s
Services should be submitted through the on-line form in the help area
( http://help.yahoo.com ).
Is it any coincidence that Yahoo! sends this violation notice to me for the very first time on the eve of this:
This PSA has been approved by Killtown.
Thu Jan 26, 2006 8:08 am [EST]
Keep your eyes on Killtown. He's got something really good, hopefully to be unleashed on the public Friday night or Saturday. You're gonna love it.
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Yes, I was talking to my good friend Dylan Avery, of the phenomenal Loose Change 9/11 documentaries, last night telling him about some "explosive" news I'm about to post up soon and all of a sudden I receive a TOS violation notice from Yahoo! threatening to TERMINATE my Killtown account at Yahoo!. I sent them a letter asking which of their terms I violated, so I can correct it.
Keep your fingers crossed for me because this might be the end of my geocities homepage that I never had a problem with before. If the worst comes, I will use this blog site as my new homepage.
Peace out and hope for the best.
When I was talking to Dylan last night, we started text messaging via Yahoo! Messenger. We tried to call each other through it, but the calls wouldn't go through which is not unusual with Yahoo's IM service. I told Dylan to download Skype and we were able to call each other through that program, not Yahoo! Messenger.
If the TOS violation noticed I received today from Yahoo! is not just a bizarre coincidence, I'm not necessarily implying that anybody at Yahoo! is behind sending me this notice. Anybody can report abuse to Yahoo! about websites hosted on GeoCities such as mine.
(Also, maybe this notice was sent because of my previous post???)