Verizon Internet To Share Your Location With Advertisers So You'll Get Ads "Of More Interest"

As a favor to you, Verizon internet says they’re going to start sharing your local geographical location to advertisers so you’ll get ads “of more interest.” For instance, “a pizza chain may want to deliver their ad to give a special offer to people living in a particular area.” Here’s how to opt out.

Verizon says they’ll use your address to determine your area, but they won’t actually share your address with advertisers. If that’s not good enough for you you can opt-out here.

Here is their email to their customers:dearvaluedvustomer.jpg

Sounds like a service update one could do without.

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