All attempts to save data for Yahoo Groups scheduled to be deleted will be disrupted
America'sYahoo GroupsThe service will be phased out on October 17, 2019, and all content posted so far will be deleted on December 14, 2019. In response, volunteersInternet archiveI was trying to save data, but there was a report that there was an interference from Yahoo! Verizon.
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Yahoo! in the US was acquired by communications giant Verizon in 2017 for $ 4.5 billion. Yahoo !, which is part of Verizon, announced on October 17, 2019 that it will gradually close the Yahoo Groups website in the United States. On October 21, 2019, uploading of new content will cease, and on December 14, all content posted so far will be deleted, so “ Users must download the data they want to save. '' WhenI was notified. Yahoo Groups offers services that can be used for group activities such as mailing lists, electronic bulletin boards, online storage, etc. In 2010 there are 115 million usersReported.
According to Yahoo !, all of the following features will be abolished.
・ Attached file
・ Conversation data
・ Update email
・ Message digest
・ Message history
featheredleaderAccording to, collect, organize and store valuable informationArchivistReceived news from Yahoo! and continued to work to rescue the remaining information in Yahoo Groups. However, featheredleader reports that the email addresses of many archivists have been banned by December 5th, and the remedy has not remained.
The situation of an archivist named Morgan Dawn is as follows.
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Dawn is an email addressed to featheredleader, "The archive team that uploaded data to the Internet archive has been blocked, and the activity done by hundreds of volunteers over the past few months has become a water bubble." Banned all email addresses used by volunteer archive teams to download data, Verizon disabled the semi-automated script of the archive team, so the work needed to be done individually and the task continued “In addition, Yahoo has prevented users and owners from using third-party tools to access their messages, photos, and files.” “The Internet archive and archive team, Verizon Bro Over it lose 80% of the data because of the click "and we reflect their current situation.
In response to this, featheredleader contacted Verizon, and Verizon responded that "128 actions on Archiveteam.org could not be approved because they violated the terms of service." Although Verizon's terms allow individuals to download content that they have uploaded, other members of the group are not allowed to download content that has been uploaded. For this reason, archivists have been blocked for violating the terms of service.
Featheredleader said the plan “deleted 58 days after being notified” is too short for the group to save the archive, and 128 banned accounts are allowed to be downloaded by the group owner And asks Verizon not to apply the Terms of Service to 128 people. In addition, featheredleader spelled the above situation on the blog on December 8, but there seems to be no change in the situation at the time of article creation.
It was provided in JapanYahoo! GroupHas ended service in 2014.