Yahoo will officially close down the 'classic' version of its webmail client on Monday, forcing existing users to switch over to the new design.
The web giant launched the new cleaner and faster design back in December, but until now existing users have been able to stick to what they know. Not anymore.
However, upgrading to the new client, as TechCrunch reports, comes with a price: Namely, privacy.
Before users can switch over to the new version, they must accept the new terms and conditions, which allow Yahoo to send targeted apps and for "automated analysing of your communications content."
Basically, that means, permission to read your emails.
No escape, but to leave
The company will allow users to opt out of the targeted ads portion, but it will not budge on the second part of the equation.
So much so, that it has told users if they don't like it, they can pack their bags and find another email provider. Charming.
Will you be sticking with Yahoo after tomorrow or moving to pastures new? Let us know below.
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