EFF criticizes Apple, AT&T, Verizon on user privacy

05/2/2013 | CRN.com (U.S.) · InfoWorld

Apple, AT&T, Myspace and Verizon Communications were found by the Electronic Frontier Foundation to be lacking in their corporate policies in protecting the privacy of customers and in their transparency on such issues. The digital-privacy watchdog group gave its highest marks to Sonic.net and Twitter. Dropbox, Google, LinkedIn and SpiderOak were rated slightly lower.

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