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+ - Verizon Begins Taking Away Your Remaining Privacy->

Submitted by flash2011
flash2011 writes: Recently Verizon changed its home internet TOS to by default share your location with advertisers. Now Verizon Wireless has also changed its privacy policy to by default share your web browsing history, cell phone location and app usage as well. Whilst there have been a few stories on these changes, internet forums have largely been quiet. Where is the outrage? Or have we just come to accept that ISPs are going to sell our personal information and web browsing habits?
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Verizon Begins Taking Away Your Remaining Privacy

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