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مُساهمةموضوع: ياهو!   الجمعة ديسمبر 30, 2011 4:50 pm










--Yahoo! Inc. is a multinational internet corporation founded by Jerry
Yang and David Filo in 1994 and incorporated in 1995.
--Yahoo was also known as David and Jerry's Guide to the World Wide Web
and was a directory of other websites, organized in a hierarchy, as
opposed to a searchable index of pages. In April 1994, "David and
Jerry's Guide to the World Wide Web" was renamed "Yahoo!". The yahoo.com
domain was created on January 18, 1995. The word is an acronym for "Yet
Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle."
--The name comes from the slang definition of a "yahoo" (Yay-hoo or
yeah-hoo) (used by college students in co-founder David Filo's native
Louisiana in the late 1980s and early 1990s to refer to an
unsophisticated, rural Southerner): "rude, unsophisticated, uncouth."
Filo's college girlfriend often referred to Filo as a "yahoo." This
meaning derives from the name of a race of fictional beings from
Gulliver's Travels.
--In 2000, Yahoo! began using Google for search results. Over the next
four years, it developed its own search technologies, which it began
using in 2004. Yahoo! also revamped its mail service to compete with
Google's Gmail in 2007. The company struggled through 2008, with several
large layoffs.
--Working with comScore, The New York Times found that Yahoo! is able to
collect far more data about webusers than its competitors from its
websites and advertising network. Yahoo! has the storage capability (2
Petabytes) that is more than 13 times larger than the entire IRS
database of all US taxpayers (150 Terabytes).
--Yahoo! keeps all searches fully traceable for 3 months before
anonymizing IP addresses. Then it archives all user data for an
additional 10 months.
--Yahoo! has developed partnerships with different broadband providers
such as AT&T (via BellSouth & SBC), Verizon Communications, Rogers
Communications and British Telecom, offering a range of free and premium
Yahoo! content and services to subscribers.
--Geocities, Yahoo! Go, Yahoo! 360°, Yahoo Mash, Farechase, My Web,
Audio Search, Pets, Live, Kickstart, Briefcase, and Yahoo! for Teachers
are services that have recently been shut down. Yahoo Photos merged with
Flickr, Yahoo! Tech redirected to Yahoo!'s technology news section, and
Hotjobs was sold to Monster.com.
--Yahoo! Meme is a beta social service, similar to the popular social
networking sites Twitter and Jaiku.
---Yahoo Picks, AltaVista, MyM, AlltheWeb, Yahoo Bookmarks, Yahoo! Buzz,
and del.icio.us are slated as "Sunset" projects, meaning they are slated
for major changes ranging from downsizing to sale to closure.
---Yahoo! entities Upcoming, FoxyTunes, Yahoo Events, Yahoo People
Search, Sideline, and FireEagle are slated as "Merge" projects, meaning
they are slated for major changes ranging from merger with other
projects to redevelopment.
--Yahoo! has also been criticized for providing ads via the Yahoo! ad
network to companies who display them through spyware and adware.
--Yahoo! has cooperated with the Chinese government in censoring search
results. In April 2005, dissident Shi Tao was sentenced to 10 years in
prison for "providing state secrets to foreign entities" as a result of
being identified by IP address by Yahoo! The extent of Yahoo's
foreknowledge of Shi's fate is disputed by Yahoo! General Counsel and
human rights organizations.
---Human rights groups also accuse Yahoo! of aiding authorities in the
arrest of dissident Li Zhi. In September 2003, dissident Wang Xiaoning
was convicted of charges of "incitement to subvert state power" and
sentenced to ten years in prison.
---Yahoo! helped authorities to identify posts he had made in a Yahoo!
group calling for an end to single-party rule. Both Xiaoning's wife and
the World Organization for Human Rights sued Yahoo! under human rights
laws on behalf of Wang and Shi.
--Yahoo! holds a 40% stake in Alibaba, which manages a web portal in
China using the Yahoo! brand name. Yahoo! in the USA does not have
direct control over the operations of Alibaba, which operates as a
completely independent company.


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> "...in the face of competition from Internet heavyweights such as Google Inc
> and Facebook."
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> Yahoo! was big before Google started, and long before there was even the
> concept of Facebook. What happened to Yahoo! that it is not an "Internet
> heavyweight"? (We've discussed why in the past, so, this is a rhetorical
> question.)
>
> As for a "China-owned" Yahoo!? It'll be the final withdrawal from Yahoo! for
> me. (They can lobby in Washington all they want; that will do nothing to
> persuade me in their favor.) IMO, we're already way too dependant on China
> (not our friend, remember?).
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