Re: Tech Writer Ethics: Yahoo Enters Porn Business
So bringing it back to tech comm & ethics: will you as a technical writer
use Yahoo as a research source now that they are in fact in the pornography
business? It seems the ethics question is starting to hit a little closer
Yes I will, as long as it operates as normal for me and doesn't attempt to sell me porn. Yahoo still isn't breaking the law, amazingly enough.
On a side note, they no longer use their own search engine -- they use Google's (a much better and more useful search engine, if you ask me).
-Katie, who remembers back when Yahoo! cataloged a whole 15,000 web sites.
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