AT&T to stop selling data to third-party location services for ‘even those with clear consumer benefits’

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AT&T Inc. is ending sales of user data to third-party location services, even if it might be helpful to consumers. Following a report that took AT&T (NYSE:T) and other carriers to task for how they allegedly handle location data, the Dallas-based company is taking more complete action on how it deals with outside providers, it said in an emailed statement. “Last year we stopped most location aggregation services while maintaining some that protect our customers, such as roadside assistance...

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