Verizon Wireless publicly admits selling customers' personal data
HOUSTON Verizon Wireless is assuring customers that their privacy won't be comprised after it became the first mobile phone company to publicly admit that it was selling some of its customers' personal data to third parties.
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#1 Nov 2, 2011
so we are paying all this money and then they turn around and make more money on ou personal data... sooo nice! maybe we should all be given discounted rates as an apology!
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