ISPs Prefer Customers ‘Opt in’

Sep 25, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Internet service providers Verizon Communications, Time Warner Cable and AT&T all told the Senate Commerce Committee on Thursday during a hearing that they support an opt-in system for targeted online advertising, the Washington Post reports. The companies pledged that they will not engage in tracking customers’ online behavior without their explicit consent, the newspaper says.
—Christopher Perez

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