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AIM (previously AOL Instant Messenger) is an instant messaging and presence computer program which uses the proprietary OSCAR instant messaging protocol and the TOC protocol to allow registered users to communicate in real time.
AIM was popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s in North America, and was the leading instant messaging application in that region.
On March 3, 2012, AOL got rid of all the developing staff for AIM, effectively ending development of the application after 15 years.
However the service is still active and help support is still provided.
AOL states that it has taken great steps to insure that personal information will not be accessed by unauthorized members, but that it cannot guarantee that that will not happen.
AIM is different from other clients, such as Yahoo!
This was a yellow stickman-like figure, often called the 'Running Man'.
Messenger, in that it does not require approval from one buddy to be added to another's buddy list.
As a result, it is possible for users to keep other unsuspecting users on their buddy list to see when they are online, read their status and away messages, and read their profiles.
Its main competitors during its heyday were ICQ, Yahoo! AOL particularly had a rivalry or 'chat war' with rival Microsoft starting in 1999.
There were several attempts from Microsoft to simultaneously log into their own and AIM's protocol servers.