Irritated with Contextual Ads, left with no mailbox space, hard to clean your mailbox, if that is so, just be with us and with every word of this work piece, you will have your good news.
It’s good news for those Yahoo users who desperately waiting for a way out to opt contextual ad and bad news for rest who die hard for email privacy. Let’s discuss how it effects in both ways,
Less Email Privacy with Yahoo latest Version
Most Yahoo users are diehard fan of privacy that will no more remain private with Yahoo anymore and a threat is always there if Yahoo hold onto your information or make it public. Whatever, it reflects but this enforcement is completely labeled as an aggressive invasion of email privacy.
End of Ad Tracking with Yahoo latest version
Yahoo users who continue the services and switch over to the newer version can avail a chance through Yahoo’s Ad Manager to opt out all contextual advertisement. Let’s see how we can do that.
- Login to your Yahoo account and go to Yahoo’s Ad interest manager.
- At the Ad interest Manager Page you can see “Interest Categories” which you have to set according to your wish. There is a list of categories like Automotive, Consumer packages, Entertainment and etc., etc…
- You just have to press “Off” for non desirable ads and “On” for ads that you want to see in your mailbox.
- Or you can use “Opt Out” option to completely forbid contextual ads.
*Note: remember you have to apply these setting on all computers you use, by login to your yahoo account.
Yahoo launched the newest version in December and announced the discontinuation of Classic version in April and as of today it implies on every Yahoo mail account. No doubt new version comes with better features and option like for instance Ad Interest Manager. But it also a threat for your Email privacy, due to complete scanning every word that you communicate so be careful and keep naughty stuff away from Web. Hey! Wait why to be so scared when we have power of VPN. Keep enjoying the way it used to be and be invisible with VPN.