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You Can Now Finally, Really Truly, Opt Out Of Verizon Wireless Tracking “Supercookies”

Back in January, Verizon Wireless said they would let users opt out of a problematic universal tracking “super cookie” they had been using for years. This week, Verizon’s finally got their act together and the opt-out option is live. As of Tuesday evening, the New York Times reports, Verizon’s systems have been changed to stop inserting the tracker for … [More]

Galaxy S6 and S6 edge finally available for preorder from Verizon

The only thing Verizon Wireless seems to love more than blanketing the country with fast 4G LTE service is being late to the game with new smartphone releases. The company just recently launched Google’s Nexus 6, which initially became...Show More Summary

Verizon owners can finally opt out of supercookies — Here’s how

Verizon has finally added the ability to opt out of its highly controversial supercookie tracking program, but the move is unlikely to satisfy privacy advocates -- and it's part of a wider trend towards comprehensive data gathering on customers.

How to Disable Verizon's Wireless Tracking Supercookie

4 hours agoTechnology : Tom's Guide

You can now disable Verizon's tracking 'supercookie' on your smartphone, but you'll have to be proactive and follow a few simple steps.

You can finally stop Verizon’s supercookies from tracking you – here’s how

By now you’ve undoubtedly heard of Verizon’s “supercookies,” the unstoppable tracking cookies that Verizon uses to track every single unencrypted website you visit on your mobile device, whether you like it or not. After taking a tremendous...Show More Summary

Was Wale ‘blackballed’ by the WWE after shoving match at the Verizon Center?

Washington’s homegrown rap star Wale seems to subsist on a steady diet of drama, so when the District native told TMZ that he’d been “blackballed” by the WWE wrestling conglomeration, forgive us for taking out our salt shakers. Wale, who just happened to have an enormous, old-school WWF wrestling belt slung across his shoulder when he was being […]

Verizon, Deloitte jointly deliver cybersecurity services to businesses

With cyber threats to business' networks on the rise, Verizon Enterprise Solutions and Deloitte have developed an alliance to deliver a set of security and risk management services they say will help businesses not only prepare, but also respond and recover from cyberattacks.

Verizon Now Letting Customers Opt Out of Supercookie

Verizon Wireless has begun allowing subscribers to wipe the supercookie browser-tracking program from their handsets. Verizon has been using the unremovable supercookie for nearly a year, but faced a growing tide of consumer backlash over privacy fears. Show More Summary

You Can Now Opt Out of Verizon's Supercookie Mobile Tracking Program

Not too long ago, it was discovered that Verizon was undeletable injecting “supercookies” to track mobile subscribers’ web surfing and the only way you could protect your privacy was through third-party apps. Verizon now, however, lets you opt-out of this program so it will stop inserting the unique identifier (UIDH) if you tell them to. Read more...

Verizon is reportedly working on a sneaky plan to undermine net neutrality using data caps

The Federal Communications Commission’s new net neutrality rules ensure that Verizon won’t be able to intentionally slow down competitors’ video streaming services in the name of speeding up its own offerings. However, Verizon has shown...Show More Summary

Dodging Verizon's skeevy snooping tech is a few clicks away

Hey there Verizon subscribers, remember that whole "supercookie" ordeal from not too long ago? Well, it looks like it's time to put that mess behind us because the ability to wholly opt out of said tracking system is finally available, according to The New York Times. Show More Summary

You can now pre-order the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge and HTC One M9 from Verizon

The latest smartphones from Samsung and HTC are now up for pre-order from Verizon, with all three devices available from April 10.

You can now opt out of Verizon Wireless’ relentless tracking program for real

Verizon Wireless is finally letting its customers opt out of its ad-targeting program that uses persistent, undeletable tracking codes on phones, reports The New York Times. The mobile carrier has been injecting users’ devices with ‘supercookies’ — also known as unique identifier headers (UIDH) — into its network traffic. Show More Summary

Verizon Wireless Lets Customers Opt Out of Tracking 'Perma-Cookies'

Last year, Verizon and AT&T made headlines when researchers discovered they had been engaging in some unsavory customer tracking techniques, using unique identifier numbers or "perma-cookies" to track the websites that customers visited...Show More Summary

Verizon Wireless Customers Can Now Opt Out of ‘Supercookies’

yesterdayTechnology : Bits

The move comes in response to criticism on Capitol Hill and elsewhere of the carrier's user tracking program.

Verizon CEO Pushing Congress For 'Bipartisan' Consensus That Government Should Never, Ever Stand Up To Broadband Duopolists

yesterdayIndustries / Law : Techdirt

As part of a last ditch effort to derail the FCC's net neutrality rules, you might recall that Senator John Thune and Representative Fred Upton earlier this year pushed an amendment to the Communications Act that they professed would codify net neutrality into law as part of a "bipartisan" proposal crafted after a painstaking public conversation. Show More Summary

Verizon builds on-demand foundation for long-haul optical network

Verizon expects its recent move to begin upgrades on its long-haul optical network with Alcatel-Lucent's photonic equipment will set the stage for providing an automated on-demand environment from which it and its customers can provision wavelengths and bandwidth between key routes on the network.

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