AT&T announced a limited launch of faster internet speeds in parts of Atlanta today, but that service comes at a high price: your privacy.
Terms of service for AT&T’s GigaPower Internet service note that the company is allowed to monitor “the webpages you visit, the time you spend on each, the links or ads you see and follow, and the search terms you enter.” AT&T calls its plan to spy on every move you make its “Internet Preferences” program.
Getting a faster internet connection shouldn’t mean giving AT&T the right to monitor everything you do online. Send AT&T a message: don’t buy their GigaPower service at any price.
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