Telecommunications companies of the Big Four in the United States to face charges of selling customer data to third parties

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It turns out lately that it is not difficult to get information about someone from one of the telecommunications companies of America, where you can already find a place to someone on the one of the telecommunications companies through the payment of a third-party service. Offer of telecommunications companies of America later to declare that they no longer sell customer data to third parties, but it seems that this initiative came too late.

According to reports, it appears that the lawyers, they’ve filed a class-action lawsuit against the telecommunications companies of the Big Four in the United States of America, including AT&T and Verizon and T-Mobile and Sprint, on the sale of customer data to third parties. Refused to all telecommunications companies such since then to comment on this lawsuit, but as we have said, the telecommunications companies that in the past they will end these practices.

In the complaint that target company T-Mobile, said : ” through its actions, neglected and deliberate, including failures that can not be explained in the follow its privacy policy, called the T-Mobile access to the complainant “. Of course, it remains to be seen now is how it turns out, this lawsuit and whether it will be approved to file a lawsuit collectively, but it is clear that this problem will not disappear in the near future.

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