At this point the coronavirus must have taken out, incapacitated or otherwise driven away the personnel manning Yahoo server sites, leaving them unmaintained and going offline one by one over time. Even if functionality is restored in the future, the prolonged state of advanced disrepair, looters and exposure to elements means that locally stored data will most likely no longer be salvageable. Unfortunately periods of disrupted civil order generally means unavoidable destruction. The fall of Rome had sent continental Europe into chaos for centuries. This will be worse, because people no longer have individual survival skills, instead being reliant on information and infrastructure to maintain the continuity and structure of society, as well as the cohesion of global communication, information and trade networks. Collapsing economies and resultant civil unrest will render law moot and impossible to enforce, depriving both individuals and organizations of the basic necessity of safety. Large cities will be hit hardest as impoverished rabble from suburbs and ghettoes violently rise up against the downtown, aiming to claim the material goods and lives of what is de facto a shambolic assemblage of alienated, helpless individuals. Rural communities will hold out as long as they maintain the means of protecting themselves, but will necessarily be relegated to the status of primitive, xenophobic enclaves. State of decay will remain until some organized force is able to consolidate enough power to rig up the disintegrated remnants into a semblance of order.