Yahoo stockholders vote against anticensorship proposal

Wednesday, 13 June 2007, 3:00 AM EST

Yahoo Inc. shareholders voted down a proposal that would have forced management to adopt stronger policies regarding government attempts to limit Internet access and to curtail freedom of speech in countries where Yahoo operates.

Shareholders voted only 15.2 percent of Yahoo shares in favor of this proposal at the company's annual shareholders' meeting on Tuesday.

At InfoWorld.

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