Why do these images pop up to check in the midst of answering?
- hace 4 meses
Hey, have you died yet?
- Anónimohace 9 meses
Because you're a dumb cuck and a good reminder of why I don't date men.
- ไม่เป็นไรLv 7hace 1 año
TIt is used to reduce spam bot posting on the site which happened last year with massive attacks here. It's called a reCaptcha, from Google and has been in effect here since May 27 of this year. However, the 1-800 numbers are still getting through and posting some answers and comments. So it doesn't work as good as it should.
- DanielLv 7hace 1 año
To Prove that you are a Human being and Not a Bot something new that Yahoo is Testing out Yahoo is trying to Control Spam and Bots and such Its not just you thats seeing them a lot of Other Users are starting to see it come up
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- .Lv 7hace 1 año
To reduce spam bot posting on the site (there were massive not attacks here last year). It's called a reCaptcha, and has been in effect here since May 27 of this year.
- SharonLv 7hace 1 año
It is a new anti-spam measure to prove that you are a human and not a bot. It is being used to fight spam on the site.
- Judy and CharlieLv 7hace 1 año
This is something new and annoying.
Yahoo has initiated this service to be able to differentiate between an honest poster and a spamming robot.
As with all social media today, Yahoo is doing this to "clean up" it's message and answer boards.
We know that the Russians advertised in Facebook in 2016 to get people to vote for Trump.
- Weasel McWeaselLv 7hace 1 año
it's to prevent spambots who were less annoying than this "prevention" fix.