Verizon wants to keep track of your web habits and more, although you can opt-out
0. phoneArena 12 Oct 2011, 22:40 posted on
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2. Alex (unregistered)
Thank you Alan F. and Phone Arena for letting us know. I opt out too.
3. gotjesus (unregistered)
Thx for the headsup opted out of all 3 of my lines ;)
4. vzwnewb (unregistered)
In the interest of fairness, I actually learned this a couple of days ago from Verizon themselves. On the bill payment page it's right there with a big "Please read" and ecplains it all and links you to the quick opt out for it.
There's no reason to miss this, Verizon isn't hiding it.
5. chris da computa guy (unregistered)
I opted out too.... Aggravating to know that carriers don't default a customer to privacy instead of non-privacy settings...
Thanks phone arena, I wouldn't have realized this unless I have read this article. Much appreciated!
6. t1 connect (unregistered)
Funny I just got the same email for my fios and opted out.
9. belovedson (Posts: 974; Member since: 30 Nov 2010)
we shouldn't have to opt out. it should already be opted out and then any idiot who wants their data sold should be allowed to opt in
how stupid are people in general.....verizon is hiding it? idiots.... we are losing rights left and right you cant sniff it even though its under your noses
10. TheOne281 (unregistered)
I spell a class action law suit.
11. Bethistopheles (Posts: 25; Member since: 13 Oct 2011)
Losing rights? Class action lawsuit? What are you two smoking? :)
Verizon was clear that this was going to happen and clear that it could be opted out of.
The sky is not falling.
12. codymws (Posts: 237; Member since: 17 Jun 2010)
Really, people? It's in BIG letters on the latest bill to "Please Read" and on My Verizon when you log in. They aren't hiding it. You're fine.
13. InspectorGadget80 (unregistered)
At least one good reason that I'm not on Verizon so they can see what site you're on. and it's called SPYING