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  • Louis Rugani
    Thanks, Robert; and this d also be a good time to renew warnings against any involvements with Grouply, the dishonest website that sends out invites to join it
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 8, 2009
      Thanks, Robert; and this'd also be a good time to renew warnings against any involvements with Grouply, the dishonest website that sends out invites to join it by purporting to be from a friend or a colleague from a similar interest group.

      Example: "Hi, I'm so-and-so and we're both in the Crosley group, and I'm inviting you to join Grouply." Don't believe it, CCOCers; it's an evil robot. Just delete it.

      Happy weekend, and there's only nine weeks to go until calendar Spring.


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      -----Original Message-----
      From: Crosley@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thursday, January 8, 2009 5:15 AM
      To: Crosley@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: =CROSLEY= Digest Number 655

      There is 1 message in this issue.

      Topics in this digest:

      1. Yahoo and Big Brother...OT but important!
      From: kirkbrit@...

      1. Yahoo and Big Brother...OT but important!
      Posted by: "kirkbrit@..." kirkbrit@... kirkbrit
      Date: Wed Jan 7, 2009 2:10 pm ((PST))

      Below is an email from another group I belong to.� It might be of interest to all of you.

      As part of our continuing efforts to serve our list-members we will
      pass along any
      general Yahoo Groups-related announcements that are of relevance to
      all of you such as the one below:

      Yahoo is Tracking Group Members

      If you belong to ANY Yahoo Groups - be aware that Yahoo is now using
      "Web Beacons" to track every Yahoo Group user. It's similar to
      cookies, but allows Yahoo to record every website and every group you
      visit, even when you're not connected to Yahoo. Look at their updated
      privacy statement at http://info. yahoo.com/ privacy/us/ yahoo/details. html

      About half-way down the page, in the section on cookies, you will see
      a link that says WEB BEACONS.

      Click on the phrase "Web Beacons." On the page that opens, on the left
      find a box entitled "Opt-Out."

      In that section find "opt-out of interest-matched advertising" link
      that will let you "opt-out" of their snooping. Click it and then click
      the opt-out button on the next page.

      Note that Yahoo's invasion of your privacy - and your ability to
      opt-out of it - is not user-specific. It is MACHINE specific. That
      means you will have to opt-out on every computer (and browser) you use.

      Please forward this to your other groups. You might complain, too, but
      I'm not sure if anyone is listening. I remember when they signed all
      users up to get spam and we had to opt out of that a few years ago.

      Related article:
      http://antivirus. about.com/ od/spywareandadw are/a/yahoobugs. htm

      Please pass this information to all of your groups...

      Robert Kirk

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