Comcast argues for pay-for-privacy internet pricing model

Want your internet browsing history to stay private? It could cost you – if you’re a Comcast customer.

The Philadelphia-based telecommunications company, which is a major provider in South Florida, defended a pay-for-privacy pricing structure in a letter to the Federal Communications Commission.

AT&T already offers lower monthly rates to customers in Austin, Texas and Kansas City who allow it to track their web history and other behavioral data that can then be used by advertisers, according…

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