Return Yahoo! User Rooms sign now

We, the undersigned, through this letter, protest that Yahoo! User Rooms are and were wrongly held as cause to online predators and should not have been banned.

This letter is in concern of returning the Yahoo! User Rooms for the freedom to create specific rooms for specific topics. Because User Rooms have been banned, people have been forced into pre-existing rooms with pre-existing topics. It is now that people have no freedom to successfully discuss the topics that they wish to have. Yes, they can go into these pre-existing rooms, but with everyone wishing to speak on a different topic, it is rare that any of these are completely discussed, or at times even started.

The Yahoo! User Rooms were also a gathering of people who Role Played, which was a major part of the user created rooms. Role Play is a creative writing game that expands the minds of those who participate. It develops the writing skills, enhances reading skills, memory, and even the imagination. Role Play has given an escape from the everyday problems that children, teenagers, and even adults face. It was and is used as a stress relieving game that is at the same time educational. Since the banning of Yahoo! User Rooms, the users that used Yahoo! for their Role Play purposes has faded dramatically. Yahoo! provides pre-existing rooms for Role Play, though the Role Play in those rooms have almost vanished completely. As with the user topics previously mentioned, users that wish for different Role Play are forced into rooms together, where they can not start an Role Play without conflicting with another. Because of this, the Role Play has consistently declined since the banning of Yahoo! User Rooms.

One of the main reasons Yahoo! User Rooms were banned was over the controversial online predator. People who log into not only Yahoo!, but AIM, MSN, and other instant messaging services instant message others that are online usually for their own sexual benefit. It was NOT ONLY in user created rooms that these predators attacked users, but in pre-made rooms, instant messages, and anywhere online that two people can interact. Yahoo! nor its user created rooms are at fault for users who give out their personal information to anyone that uses Yahoo!, or any other program, website, or other service provided by the internet.

So, in all retrospect, there is no reason that Yahoo! User Rooms should have, nor needs to still, be banned.

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