The Currency

(Unscrupulous) Business As Usual for AT&T →

AT&T is now charging their customers 29$ per month to not have their web activity tracked. Why am I not surprised?

Also, I thought the wording in The Guardian article was a bit odd:

They should not be tracking subscribers’ internet activity or monetizing that activity. AT&T should be ashamed of itself for putting profit over privacy.

Isn’t this what most modern web services/companies do?

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