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O2 Mobile Broadband: We Don’t Do Privacy

Disturbing news of the terms and conditions of O2’s mobile broadband from the NoDPI forum:

“By using O2 PAYG mobile broadband, I will agree to allow information about me and all aspects of my communications to be ‘used and disclosed’ to other parties. (para 15.1).

I’m also asked to agree to all of my personal data & communications traffic being analysed by O2 and other/third parties for marketing purposes (para 15.2). Even location data too (15.3).”

The message here is simple: O2 mobile broadband cares nothing for its users’ privacy.

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