That’s the score after two years of litigation in the consolidated class actions against Yahoo! over its practice of scanning emails in order to deliver targeted advertising (In Re: Yahoo Mail Litigation, Consolidated Case No.: 5:13-cv-04980-LHK, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California). Yahoo! has agreed to settle the case by changing exactly how it scans emails, without giving up the practice that is vital to its business, and paying $4 million in attorney fees and costs. But other than $5,000 in “service awards” for each of four class representative, the plaintiffs will receive nothing ‒ besides the warm feeling of knowing that they enriched their lawyers.