Why would someone pay AT&T $30/month to disable browser tracking when they could use Firefox with…
Ian
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If I remember correctly, the reasons people didn’t bother with this from AT&T is because A) it won’t block browser tracking from every service, just from AT&T, and B) AT&T added this new tracking *feature* and gave people a way to not take part of this *feature* by letting them opt-out for $30/mo… It’s like a bad version of mafia protection. You can pay AT&T to protect your privacy from AT&T. Great idea! I wonder if there are any murderers around I can pay to not murder me…

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