AT&T had offered discounts to its Gigapower high-speed home internet customers who allowed the company to monitor their behavior. The company said Friday it will end that monitoring and charge all its customers the lower price.
AT&T had offered discounts to its Gigapower high-speed home internet customers who allowed the company to monitor their behavior. The company said Friday it will end that monitoring and charge all its customers the lower price. . file photo
AT&T had offered discounts to its Gigapower high-speed home internet customers who allowed the company to monitor their behavior. The company said Friday it will end that monitoring and charge all its customers the lower price. . file photo

AT&T to stop tracking internet habits of high-speed Web surfers

September 30, 2016 09:29 AM

UPDATED September 30, 2016 12:56 PM

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