How to Change Yahoo Mail Password on iPhone 6?



  • Whether you have iPhone or iPhone 6s, it doesn’t matter when it comes to changing the Yahoo email password. But if you find that you can’t figure out how to change Yahoo email password on iPhone 6, here’s the proceedings: Manage Accounts > Account info > Security settings. Then, enter the security code, and next, change the password to whichever you want.



  • Because ISPs are looking at the projected profits.

    Back in the 1980s, the big petroleum companies concocted a fable about a gas shortage and raised gas prices to $5 a gallon to see if they could do it and people still buy it. They did.

    This test was performed yet again a few years back under the same ruse of a shortage, and again people lined up to pay $5 a gallon.

    Net Neutrality is the new "gas crisis" - how much more will you pay for the same old internet you've always gotten, if we introduce a new "slow speed" service and call that what you've always gotten.
    If they actually do bring in a faster internet, then they can charge even more for it. Higher prices mean fewer buyers means faster speeds because of less traffic.

    On one hand, I can see the appeal: you keep the faster lanes open for those who have legitimate use for it while public education gets the current top-speed, and all the Facebookers and Tweeters and online gamers and torrentors get their crowded lanes and bottlenecks.

    However, the problem lies in the ISPs' plan to gimp everyone's current speed and charge extra for what they're already getting now. Once that internal memo slipped into the hands of Joe Public, it blew up.


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    heard about it, why aren't the ISPs getting it?


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