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AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile & Sprint Want Even Broader Access To Your Personal Data

**Source: techdirt.com

Sep 14, 2018 9:34 AM - 1 week, 3 day, 24 min ago

Excerpt: from the hard-pass dept We've noted repeatedly that however bad Facebook has been on privacy (pretty clearly terrible), the broadband industry has traditionally been much, much worse. From AT&T's efforts to charge consumers more just to protect their privacy, to Verizon getting busted for covertly tracking users around the internet without telling them (or letting users opt out), this is not an industry that respects you or your privacy. That's before we even get to their cozy, often mindlessly-loyal ... Read More

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