AT&T: Pay $30/month for more privacy

AT&T’s Internet Preferences program also “works independently of your browser’s privacy settings regarding cookies, do-not-track, and private browsing. If you opt-in to AT&T Internet Preferences, AT&T will still be able to collect and use your Web browsing information independent of those settings.”

In other words, unless you pay the extra $30 a month, AT&T will use the information it collects about your web browsing habits to serve you targeted ads.

via AT&T GigaPower tackles Google Fiber in Kansas City — but it’s charging more for privacy – Business Insider.

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