Yes and I find their managment of Flickr baffling. For years I paid for a Pro account. That gave you additional disk space and meant all your photos were viewable (I think standard users they used to only display the most recent 250 or something). Then they decided to redisgn the site (which had been largely unchanged for many years, possible since launch) and gave all users (including free accounts) 1TB of storage and all photos displayed. The only thing I think you now get as a Pro user is no ads when you browse the site and better stats. Suddenly, it's not worth paying for so I stopped. Whilst their change in policy was good for me I can't imagine it was good for Yahoo.