29), for "providing state secrets to foreign entities".The "secrets" were a brief list of censorship orders he sent from a Yahoo! denied knowing the true nature of the case against Shi Tao. Holdings (Hong Kong) was investigated by Hong Kong's Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data.The term "hierarchical" described how the Yahoo database was arranged in layers of subcategories.The term "oracle" was intended to mean "source of truth and wisdom", and the term "officious", rather than being related to the word's normal meaning, described the many office workers who would use the Yahoo database while surfing from work.The idiots over at r/atheism are incapable of having an intellectual discussion.They simply post insulting memes about God and Christians (they mostly don't touch on other faiths as they have an irrational hatred against Christians) but ask them why they're atheist and they can never give a good reason.Because of those who are lacking in brain-al region, we have been able to compile a lot of hilarious material.
You'll find half-naked men and old balding men sticking their middle fingers up saying that they don't believe in God because they are intellectual. These monkeys clearly don't know their left hand from their right!
Between Wikipedia, Web MD, and an endless number of blogs, the resources are there, and all of us rely on this seemingly magic genie of knowledge that is Yahoo Answers.
The web has seemed to educate us all, but for others, they are all still all but educated.
This scheme was lucrative, but proved unpopular both with website marketers (who were reluctant to pay), and the public (who were unhappy about the paid-for listings being indistinguishable from other search results).
As of October 2006, Paid Inclusion ceased to guarantee any commercial listing and only helped the paid inclusion customers, by crawling their site more often and by providing some statistics on the searches that led to the page and some additional smart links (provided by customers as feeds) below the actual url. has also been criticized for funding spyware and adware — advertising from Yahoo!