Yahoo!putting spoilers in headlines on yahoo news feed

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I am writing because I am very upset that Yahoo is putting spoilers in their headlines as a way to get readers to click on them. For example, Walking Dead. I had not seen the finale yet and Yahoo put in the headlines "Sasha's Fate..." I knew Sasha died the very next day after the season finale because Yahoo had to announce it via their headlines. Is there any way that writers can have consideration for those who are not as "up to date" as others? This is extremely frustrating as it is not the first time Yahoo has done this and it has gotten so bad that my husband and other family members won't even open up Yahoo the next day because they know Yahoo will post spoilers as the headlines.

I am asking that Yahoo be more considerate and not put spoilers in their headlines. I am pretty sure writers can find other ways to make people click.

Thank you,

Gianni Coleman

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