Comcast Thinks It’s Totally Chill to Charge For Privacy

During a meeting with the Federal Communications Commission last week, Comcast officials bleated that they should be able to charge customers more in exchange for not selling their data. Comcast argued in an August 1 regulatory filing detailing the meeting that forcing people to choose between privacy and lower prices for internet service—a method used by companies like AT&T, among others—is chill as hell, man. – Sophie Kleeman, Gizmodo