I used to receive a newsletter and podcast from the group "Fair".

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    • #4308
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      They covered a number of topics and were sort of in the mold of Common Dreams (only better).

      When Yahoo changed their mail format I noticed that I no longer receive Fair or any number of e-mails I used to receive. I have serious doubts about Yahoo. More than once I found a Bernie Sanders e-mail in the spam folder.

      Anyone else notice such a change, a possible censorship effort?

      I would like to remind you that U.S. health insurance companies do not contribute anything to health care. They are only a PARASITIC middle man receiving an undeserved cut of "FREE MONEY".

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      Do not know who the head of it is now as CEO but it was an executive of Walmart. They did, I think, get taken over by AT&T or Verizon but whatever the case, looking at people’s information is likely due to mining for advertisers. I left.

      Have to wonder if they censure more than I thought they did after what you just described.

      Animals know more than we do.

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        Do you have an email service that you especially favor?

        Thanks.

        I would like to remind you that U.S. health insurance companies do not contribute anything to health care. They are only a PARASITIC middle man receiving an undeserved cut of "FREE MONEY".

        Me

        • #4380
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          so switched over to the iCloud. It was a lot of work resigning up for things and I had to loose two Groups that I liked but my spam filter is very good and it appears I get everything. Or at least I think I do.

          I might suggest that you post this question in the tech section and see what others know. Would be curious myself. Good luck.

          Animals know more than we do.

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            I would have to go back and re-register for everything, wouldn’t I. That would be a major pain in the butt. I have been registering for websites and stuff since 2000. My computer (PC) is a mess.

            Thanks. I might reconsider.

            I would like to remind you that U.S. health insurance companies do not contribute anything to health care. They are only a PARASITIC middle man receiving an undeserved cut of "FREE MONEY".

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      9 of the Most Secure Email Providers

      You might not think a lot about the security level of your email provider. Most users don’t, typically using the same email address first setup fifteen years ago, content with the free email account supplied by their internet service provider or the free Yahoo! or Gmail account they received in college. To a lot of people, the difference between two levels of security in your email might seem innocuous enough; after all, you have nothing to hide, no illegal activities or dangerous emails to contend with. But that doesn’t mean you should leave your email completely unprotected. The United States Postal Service doesn’t open and read your mail or check your packages prior to delivering them—or at least, they shouldn’t—so why should businesses and government officials be allowed to do the same with your email?

      https://www.techjunkie.com/most-secure-email-providers/

      If you cannot dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit WC Fields

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