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Posted Jul 10, 2013
4:56:52 PM
DONT violate your customers privacy, as they already pay you a lot of money

http://techcrunch.com/2013/07/05/att-considers-selling-your-browsing-history-location-and-more-to-ad...

 

I must say, it is pretty nafarious to amend this into your privacy policy.  Especially when I have to find out about it through the tech media...

 

Stop being evil and just make money by providing a quality service to your customers instead of looking to milk them (and their data) for any dollar you can.

http://techcrunch.com/2013/07/05/att-considers-selling-your-browsing-history-location-and-more-to-advertisers-heres-how-to-opt-out/

 

I must say, it is pretty nafarious to amend this into your privacy policy.  Especially when I have to find out about it through the tech media...

 

Stop being evil and just make money by providing a quality service to your customers instead of looking to milk them (and their data) for any dollar you can.

DONT violate your customers privacy, as they already pay you a lot of money

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