Perhaps it's about time that a company announces that they're not going to pander to idiots.
Anyway, no one demanded that Apple retire the iPhone brand when they were having the same issue.
You might want to re-read. It's the FTC, not the FCC, that the court said has no say in this matter. Not that I agree with the decision. What the court is essentially saying is that if a company acts as a common carrier in any way then the FTC has no say over their non-common carrier activities. So that would mean that the FTC can't regulate Yahoo because Yahoo is owned by Verizon.
If A = B and B = C, then A = C, except where void or prohibited by law. -- Roy Santoro