We collect different types of personal and other information based on your use of our products and services and our business relationship with you. Some examples include:
We collect information in three primary ways:
We use the information we collect in a variety of ways, including to:
With AT&T Companies: Subject to applicable legal restrictions, such as those that exist for Customer Proprietary Network Information (CPNI) , the AT&T companies may share your Personal Information with each other to make sure your experience is as seamless as possible, and to make sure you have the full benefit of what AT&T has to offer.
With Non-AT&T Companies: We share your Personal Information only with non-AT&T companies that perform services on our behalf, and only as necessary for them to provide those services to you.
In Other Circumstances: We may provide Personal Information to non-AT&T companies or other third parties for purposes such as:
Aggregate or Anonymous Information: We may share aggregate or anonymous information in various formats with trusted non-AT&T entities for purposes such as:
We recognize that many privacy policies are long, complicated and difficult to understand. That's why we've focused on using words and sentences that are easy to follow and mean just what they say. There are a few important definitions you should know about.
As used in this Policy, the terms listed below have the following meanings:
A "Customer" is anyone who purchases AT&T products or services. When a Customer purchases retail products or services for use by others (for example, when a Customer purchases wireless service for use by family members), those individuals also may be considered Customers for purposes of this Policy.
A "User" is anyone who visits our Web sites.
"Personal Information" is information that directly identifies or reasonably can be used to identify an individual Customer or User. Examples include name, address, telephone number, email address, Social Security number, and financial account number. Personal Information does not include Published Listing Information as discussed in more detail below.
"Anonymous Information" means information that does not directly identify and cannot reasonably be used to identify an individual Customer or User.
"Aggregate Information" means information about groups or categories of Customers or Users, which does not identify and cannot reasonably be used to identify an individual Customer or User. Aggregate Information is a kind of Anonymous Information.
"Web site" means any page or location on the Internet, no matter what device (cell phone, lap top, PC, etc.) or protocol (http, WAP, ftp or other) is used to access the page or location. In this Policy, we use the term Web site other similar terms such as "Internet site," "site" and "Web page."
What does this Policy cover?
Does this Policy apply to my family members or other users under my account with AT&T?
Yes. This Policy applies to all Customers and Users. The Customer who holds the account with AT&T is responsible for making sure all family members or other Users under the same account understand and agree to this Policy.
When is information not covered by this Policy?
Information that you provide to non-AT&T companies is not covered by this Policy. For example:
When you download applications or make an online purchase from a non-AT&T company while using AT&T's Internet or wireless services, the information collected by the non-AT&T company is not subject to this Policy.
If you use public forums — such as social networking services, Internet bulletin boards, chat rooms, or blogs on AT&T or non-AT&T Web sites — you should be aware that any Personal Information you disclose publicly can be read, collected, or used by others. Once you choose to reveal Personal Information on such a site, the information is publicly available, and AT&T cannot prevent distribution and use of that information by other parties.
Yes. For example:
We encourage you to review the privacy policies of any non-AT&T company with which you do business to determine what information will be collected and how it will be used or disclosed to others.
Do any other stand-alone AT&T Privacy Policies remain in effect?
While AT&T will make every effort to limit other stand-alone policies, it is possible that such policies may be required. For example, in selected areas outside the United States AT&T may adopt separate privacy policies as necessary to reflect the requirements of applicable local laws.
What about business customers
AT&T may enter into written product or service agreements with business customers that contain specific provisions related to the confidentiality, security or other handling of information. When provisions of a written product or service agreement differ from or conflict with the provisions of this Policy, the terms of the written agreement will apply. In all other instances, the terms of this Policy apply.
What information do we collect?
We collect different types of personal and non-personal information based on your use of our products and services and on our business relationship with you. Some examples include:
Account Information: Information we obtain as a result of your business relationship with us, such as:
Contact Information that allows us to communicate with you, including your name, address, telephone number and e-mail address. AT&T obtains your contact information when you order or register for our services.
Billing Information related to your financial relationship with us, such as the services you buy, the telephone numbers you call, the payments you make, your credit history, your credit card numbers, Social Security number, security codes, and your service history.
Technical Information related to the services we provide to you, including information about your use of our network, services, products or Web sites. Examples include:
Equipment Information that identifies the equipment you use on our network, such as equipment type, IDs, serial numbers, settings, configuration, and software.
Performance Information about the operation of the equipment, services and applications you use on our network, such as IP addresses, URLs, data transmission rates and latencies, security characteristics, and information about the amount of bandwidth and other network resources you use in connection with uploading and downloading data to and from the Internet.
AT&T Internet Site Usage Information about your use of AT&T Web sites, including the pages you visit, the length of time you spend, the links or advertisements you follow and the search terms you enter on our sites, and the Web sites you visit immediately before and immediately after visiting one of our sites.
Viewing Information about the programs you watch and record, the games you play and other similar choices you and those in your household make when using our AT&T U-verse TV service.
How do we collect information?
We collect information in three primary ways:
You Give Us Information: We collect information from you when you purchase a service from us or when you interact with us about a product or service we offer or provide. For example, you provide us with Contact Information, and Billing Information (such as credit information and Social Security number) when you order a service or establish an account with us.
We Collect Information Automatically: We automatically collect certain types of information when you visit our Web sites or use our products and services. For example, we automatically collect various types of Technical Information when you use our video programming, wireless, WiFi or high-speed Internet products and services.
We Collect Information from Other Sources: We may obtain information about you from outside sources. For example, we may request credit information about you from credit agencies for the purpose of initiating service to you, obtain commercially available demographic and marketing information about you from third parties, or purchase e-mail lists from third parties for advertising and marketing purposes.
How do we use the information we collect?
We use information we collect in a variety of ways. For example, we may use some or all of the information we collect as appropriate for the following purposes:
To initiate, provide and manage the services you purchase, and to respond to your questions or problems;
To develop, market, sell, bill and collect for our products and services;
To communicate with you regarding service updates as well as offers and promotions for features and services;
To deliver customized content, more relevant advertising and personalized offers for AT&T and non-AT&T products and services that may be of interest to you based on information we have collected — including the preferences you have expressed or interests you have demonstrated on our Web sites, in our stores, and through use of our products and services;
To conduct research and analysis directed toward maintaining, protecting and improving our network and the services we provide;
To address network integrity, quality control, capacity, misuse, viruses, and security issues, as well as for network planning, engineering and technical troubleshooting purposes;
To investigate, prevent or take action regarding illegal activities, suspected fraud, situations involving potential threats to the physical safety of any person, violations of our Terms of Service, Acceptable Use Policies or other service conditions or restrictions.
How do we use your information for local directory and directory assistance services?
We include Customer names, addresses and telephone numbers in AT&T's local directories. We make the same information available through our directory assistance services unless you request that this information remain "non-published" as discussed further below. We will not include listing information for wireless numbers in either our local directories or our directory assistance services without your consent.
Published Listing Information
Listings of AT&T local wireline telephone Customers are made available in our directories and through directory assistance. We publish and distribute directories in print, on the Internet, and on CDs and/or other electronic media — some complimentary and some for a fee. These directories include published Customer names, addresses and telephone numbers. We also make that information available through directory assistance operators and systems (such as directory assistance, speech recognition, reverse number lookup and automated directory assistance services) and through the Internet.
Published listing information may be used, sorted, packaged, repackaged and made available again in different formats by anyone.
Non-Published InformationWe offer Customers the opportunity to request that their name, number, and address not be published in our local directories or made available through directory assistance services. There is a fee for this service.
Non-Listed InformationWe also give Customers the opportunity to request that their names, numbers and addresses be "non-listed" in AT&T directories, but still made publicly available through directory assistance services. There also is a fee for this service. Customers in Nevada do not have the option of a non-listed number.
Sharing with Unaffiliated EntitiesWe are required by law to provide published wireline Customer names, addresses and telephone numbers to unaffiliated directory publishers. We also provide the name and address of non-published and non-listed customers to unaffiliated directory publishers for directory delivery purposes. We do not provide non-published or non-listed telephone numbers to these companies.
We are also required by law to provide directory assistance information to unaffiliated telephone companies and directory assistance providers on an unrestricted basis. However, we do not provide non-published telephone numbers to these providers.
We provide non-published telephone numbers, where permitted by law, to government entities and public safety providers for public health or safety reasons such as responding to 911 calls and notifying the public of wide-spread emergencies.
We may also provide Published Listing Information to government agencies, municipalities, utilities and other such entities for address and telephone number verification purposes.
Do you use wireless device location information to provide my wireless service?
Yes. When your wireless device is turned on, it sends periodic signals to the nearest radio tower/cell site. AT&T uses general location information based on that signaling to maintain and improve the quality of the wireless services we provide to you.
Can information about the location of my wireless device be used to provide other services?
Yes. You can use your wireless device to obtain a wide array of services based on the approximate location of the device. These services often are referred to as Location Based Services (LBS), and are made available by AT&T and other companies via Web sites and applications that may be pre-loaded on your wireless device, or that you may choose to download. These applications use different technologies (including Global Positioning Satellite or "GPS," Assisted GPS, cell ID and enhanced cell ID technologies) to estimate the physical location of a Customer's mobile device.
Services that allow others to see the approximate location of your wireless device, such as AT&T Family Map and AT&T's fleet locator services for business customers, are examples of LBS, as are navigation services that provide you with directions in response to your request (such as AT&T Navigator), and local search services (such as YellowPages.com Mobile).
Location information also may be used to enhance your experience of our existing services. For example, when you dial 411 Directory Assistance for a business phone number, we may use your location information to return the number of the business location closest to you. Similarly, when you choose certain services on AT&T's MEdia Net portal (for example, Find Nearest), the information provided may be tailored based on what's nearest to the location of your wireless device.
The information you receive in connection with your use of LBS may include advertisements relevant to your request and your location.
We also may personalize your use of our wireless, wireline and Wi-Fi Internet services through use of zip code or other location related information we may collect through your use of our network.
Is my location information used or shared by AT&T to provide LBS without my consent?
No. If you use LBS obtained from AT&T the approximate location of your wireless device will be used or shared only with prior notice to you and with your consent. The form of consent may vary, but will be appropriate for the type of LBS you utilize.
You should familiarize yourself with the Terms of Service for the LBS applications you use from AT&T and non-AT&T providers, as those terms will govern the use of your information.
Also, AT&T may use or disclose your wireless device location information as necessary to respond to calls to 911 or in other emergency-related situations as provided by law.
Does AT&T provide any additional protections for my location information?
Yes. For any LBS application (e.g., Loopt and AT&T Family Map) downloaded via AT&T's wireless online application store, we provide you with additional privacy controls that allow you to decide whether and when the location of your wireless device — or the location of wireless devices used by any minor children on your account — can be retrieved by other users on an automatic basis. To access this LBS privacy tool:
Log into My Account by going to www.att.com/mywireless. If you haven't already set up an account, you can do so at this time.
Once in My Account, select My Profile and then go to the Location Privacy Settings tab.
This same protection also will be available for additional LBS applications we may make available at the AT&T wireless online application store in the future.
What protections do I have if I download or use LBS applications from non-AT&T sources?
The AT&T LBS privacy tools do not apply to applications from non-AT&T sources. We encourage you to carefully review the terms, conditions and privacy policies that apply to any LBS you may use for more specific details about how your location information may be shared, accessed and used.
Do we collect information about your activity on our Web sites?
Yes. We collect information about your activity on our Web sites as described in response to the FAQ "What information do we collect?" We use the information we gather for such purposes as improving your online experience, enhancing the capabilities of our sites and networks, delivering advertising to better match your interests and preferences and for other purposes. See our response to the FAQ "How do we use the information we collect?" for more information.
What are cookies, Web beacons, widgets, and server log files, and how do you use them?
Generally, these terms can be defined as follows:
Using these and similar tools, our Web sites collect data about your activity, such as data about the type of browser and operating system you use, which of our Web pages you view, the time and duration of your visits to our Internet sites, the search queries you enter on our sites, and whether you clicked on an advertisement while on our site.
In general, we use this information as follows:
Advertising: We and our advertising partners, including Yahoo! and other advertising networks, use information gathered through cookies and other similar technologies, as well as other information we or they may have, to help tailor the ads you see on our sites and to help make decisions about the ads you see on other sites. For example, if you visit an AT&T Web site, you may later see a related ad from us on a Web site you visit. To opt-out of Yahoo! ad matching, click here. To opt-out of targeted advertising from many other ad networks click here.
You can configure most standard Web browsers to alert you when a Web site is attempting to send a cookie to your computer and to allow you to accept or refuse the cookie. You also can set most standard browsers to disable the capacity to receive cookies, and to delete cookies you previously have accepted. Please note that some Web pages (including some AT&T Web pages) may not work correctly if you have cookies disabled. More information about deleting and controlling cookies is available at www.AboutCookies.org.
Does AT&T Track Your Activities Across Non-AT&T Web Sites and Use That Information To Target You With Advertisements?
As described above, just like other Web site operators, AT&T uses ad networks for ad placement, and those ad networks may track your online activities to provide you with advertisements both on and off AT&T's Web sites.
AT&T does not currently use technologies available to Internet Service Providers, such as deep packet inspection, to track your Web browsing activities across the Internet for the purpose of tailoring advertising that could be relevant to you. If AT&T ever decides to use technologies such as deep packet inspection to provide personalized advertising, you have our commitment that we will protect your privacy and provide you with value in exchange. Specifically, we will give you notice and provide easily understood tools to allow you to exercise meaningful consent before we can use such information for advertising purposes.
Do the AT&T companies share your Personal Information with each other?
Yes. AT&T products and services are developed, managed, marketed and sold by a variety of different AT&T companies including — but not limited to:
These and other AT&T companies work together to provide you with the high quality, reliable and innovative range of products you have come to expect from us. The AT&T companies share your Personal Information with each other as necessary to ensure your experience is as seamless and consistent as possible, and that you have the full benefit of what AT&T has to offer.
Of course, any sharing of your Personal Information among the AT&T companies is subject to applicable legal restrictions, such as those that exist for Customer Proprietary Network Information (CPNI).
What Is CPNI?
Customer Proprietary Network Information (CPNI) is information that relates to the quantity, configuration, type, destination, location and amount of use of the telecommunications services you purchase from us, as well as the information contained in your bills for those services. We collect CPNI in the normal course of providing you with telecommunications services. Your telephone number, name and address are not CPNI.
Click here for more information on our use of CPNI, and how you can control that use.
Do we share your Personal Information with non-AT&T companies?
We share your Personal Information only with non-AT&T companies that perform services on our behalf, and only as necessary for the provision of those services. We use non-AT&T companies to perform many of the services outlined in the FAQ "How do we use the information we collect?" For example, we may use external vendors to process and print your AT&T billing statement, or to market, sell and provide customer service for AT&T products and services. We share your information with such vendors solely for that purpose.
We require non-AT&T companies acting on our behalf to protect any Personal Information they may receive in a manner consistent with this Policy, and do not allow them to use that information for any other purpose. Most importantly, we do not sell, give or ?rent? your Personal Information to non-AT&T companies for the marketing of their own products and services without your consent.
Are there any other circumstances in which your Personal Information may be provided to non-AT&T entities?
We may provide Personal Information to non-AT&T companies or other third parties (for example, to government agencies, credit bureaus and collection agencies) without your consent for certain purposes, such as:
To comply with court orders, subpoenas, lawful discovery requests and other legal or regulatory requirements, and to enforce our legal rights or defend against legal claims;
To obtain payment for AT&T products and services, including the transfer or sale of delinquent accounts to third parties for collection;
To enforce our agreements, and protect our rights or property;
To prevent unlawful use of AT&T's services and to assist in repairing network outages;
To provide information regarding the caller's location to a public safety entity when a call is made to 911, and to notify the public of wide-spread emergencies;
To notify or respond to a responsible governmental entity if we reasonably believe that an emergency involving immediate danger of death or serious physical injury to any person requires or justifies disclosure without delay;
To display name and telephone number on a Caller ID device (Note that Caller ID Blocking will prevent display of the name and number except in certain instances, for example, your name and number will not be blocked when you dial certain business, 911, 900 or toll-free numbers);
To notify the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children of information concerning child pornography of which we become aware through the provision of our services.
Notice Regarding Disclosure of Personally Identifiable Information of AT&T U-verse TV Subscribers in Response to Court Order
In the case of a court order obtained by a non-governmental entity, AT&T is authorized to disclose personally identifiable information collected from AT&T U-verse TV subscribers as a result of the subscriber's use of AT&T's U-verse TV service only after providing prior notice to the subscriber.
In the case of a court order obtained by a governmental entity, AT&T is authorized to disclose personally identifiable information collected from AT&T U-verse TV subscribers as a result of the subscriber's use of AT&T's U-verse TV service only if, in the court proceeding relevant to the order:
The governmental entity offers clear and convincing evidence that the subject of the information is reasonably suspected of engaging in criminal activity and that the information sought would be material evidence in the case; and
The subject of the information has an opportunity to appear and contest the governmental entity's claim; and
AT&T has provided notice to the subscriber as required by applicable state law.
Do we share aggregate or anonymous information with non-AT&T companies?
We may share Aggregate or Anonymous Information in various formats with trusted non-AT&T entities for purposes such as the following:
Retail, marketing and advertising companies that do not provide services directly for AT&T, but that do offer products and services that may be of interest to you;
Media research companies that may use the data we provide in combination with other information to provide audience analysis services;
Universities, laboratories, think tanks and other entities that conduct networking, social, behavioral, environmental and other types of scientific research, for the purpose of creating fundamental new knowledge;
Government or other entities that may use this data for purposes such as municipal planning, transportation planning and emergency and disaster response coordination.
AT&T Web sites are not designed to attract children under the age of 13, and availability of some products and services may be limited to adults (age 18 or as provided by law). Please refer to the applicable Terms of Service for specific age requirements.
We do not target children for the collection of information online and do not knowingly collect personally identifying information from anyone under the age of 13 unless we first obtain permission from that child's parent or legal guardian.
You should be aware that Internet and wireless devices and services purchased for family use may be used by minors without our knowledge. Any Personal Information collected as a result of such usage may appear to be associated with the adult Customer who subscribes to our services, and will be treated as such under this Policy.
We encourage parents and guardians to spend time online with their children, and to participate in and monitor their online activity. We have developed a comprehensive suite of parental control tools designed to address parents' safety concerns about their children's use of AT&T products and services. Please visit AT&T Smart Limits site for more information.
Customers of our AT&T Yahoo! Internet access service may establish a sub-account for a child under the age of 13, provided that the Customer is the parent or legal guardian of the child. The process we use for obtaining parental approval to collect information from a child under the age of 13 under these circumstances is described below:
Do we sell your Personal Information?
No. We do not sell your Personal Information to anyone, for any purpose. Period.
How long do we keep your Personal Information?
We keep your Personal Information only as long as needed for business, tax or legal purposes, after which we destroy it by making it unreadable or undecipherable.
What safeguards does AT&T have in place?
We have established electronic and administrative safeguards designed to secure the information we collect, to prevent unauthorized access to or disclosure of that information and to ensure it is used appropriately. Some examples of those safeguards include:
All AT&T employees are subject to the AT&T Code of Business Conduct and certain state-mandated codes of conduct. The AT&T Code requires all employees to follow the laws, rules, regulations, court and/or commission orders that apply to our business — including, specifically, the legal requirements and company policies related to the privacy of communications and the security and privacy of Customer records. Employees who fail to meet the standards embodied in the Code of Business Conduct are subject to disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal.
We have implemented technology and security features and strict policy guidelines to safeguard the privacy of your Personal Information. For example:
We maintain and protect the security of computer storage and network equipment, and our security procedures require user names and passwords to access sensitive data;
We have implemented encryption or other appropriate security controls to protect Personal Information when stored or transmitted by AT&T;
We limit access to Personal Information to those employees, contractors, and agents who need access to such information to operate, develop, or improve our services and products;
We require caller/online authentication before providing Account Information so that only you or someone who knows your Account Information will be able to access or change the information.
Will you notify me in case of a security breach?
Although we strive to keep your Personal Information secure, no security measures are absolute, and we cannot guarantee that your Personal Information will never be disclosed in a manner inconsistent with this Policy (for example, as the result of unauthorized acts by third parties that violate the law or this Policy). We will make reasonable attempts to notify you if we determine that AT&T has experienced a security breach and there is a reasonably likely risk of identity theft, or where otherwise required by law.
Is AT&T A TRUSTe participant?
Yes, AT&T is a Participant in the TRUSTe Privacy Seal Program. TRUSTe is an independent organization whose mission is to advance privacy and trust in the networked world. Through its Web Privacy Seal, E-mail Privacy Seal and Trusted Download Program, TRUSTe helps consumers and business identify trustworthy online organizations. AT&T has TRUSTe review its information and privacy practices for compliance with the TRUSTe best practices as a means of demonstrating our commitment to your privacy. The TRUSTe seal also means that AT&T complies with the TRUSTe Watchdog dispute resolution process.
Can I review and correct my Personal Information?
Yes. AT&T honors requests from Customers to review their Personal Information maintained in reasonably retrievable form, and we are happy to correct information found to be inaccurate. Customers may verify that appropriate corrections have been made. Please contact us here for assistance.
How can I limit your sales efforts?
We have established policies and practices to meet the expectations of Customers and potential customers who have expressed a desire to limit certain types of solicitation communications from AT&T, including marketing contacts made via telephone, e-mail and text messaging.
For example, we periodically send Customers and potential customers' news and updates via e-mail or text message regarding AT&T-offered services, products and special promotions. Every marketing e-mail we send contains instructions and an online link that will allow you to stop additional AT&T marketing e-mails for that product or service type. Customers may reply to wireless text message contacts with a "stop" message.
You can request to be removed from our telemarketing lists for consumer services and products by contacting us at one of the numbers listed here, or by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. You also can request to be removed from these telemarketing lists when you receive an AT&T marketing or promotional call. Where required by state laws and/or regulations, we honor requests from businesses to be removed from our telemarketing lists.
The FTC maintains a National Do Not Call Registry at https://www.donotcall.gov/, and your state may maintain its own Do Not Call Registry. Putting your number on these Registries also may limit our telemarketing calls to that number.
Information about your ability to restrict our use of your CPNI for certain marketing purposes is available here.
Our practices as described above are designed to satisfy state and federal legal requirements limiting marketing contacts. You should know that those laws and regulations — such as the requirements governing the state and federal "Do Not Call" lists — generally permit companies to contact their own current and, in some cases, former customers, even when those customers are listed on the federal and state "Do Not Call" lists. Similarly, restricting our use of your CPNI will not eliminate all types of AT&T marketing contacts.
To limit postal mail solicitations, contact us at one of the numbers listed here. With this limitation you will continue to receive billing statements, legal notices, product updates and other similar correspondence, and you may still receive some promotional mailings.
What can I do to limit junk e-mails?
AT&T works hard to detect and prevent junk e-mails (also referred to as ?spam? e-mails) from ever reaching your computer. However, if you are receiving unwanted spam at an AT&T e-mail address, please contact us for assistance at the appropriate link below:
Customers served via the AT&T Powered by Yahoo! portal at www.att.net, please visit the AT&T Yahoo! Anti-Spam Resource Center;
Customers served via the AT&T portal at my.att.net , please visit the AT&T Postmaster Web site;
You may stop unwanted marketing e-mails from AT&T by following the instructions provided here.
What can I do to protect my passwords and Account Information?
When selecting User names and passwords for AT&T accounts, you should choose words or characters that are not obvious. Likewise, you should always keep Personal Information such as account numbers, Usernames, passwords or similar information in a secure place and not share the information with others.
What should I do to protect my wireless phones and PDA-type devices?
Most wireless phones and PDA-type devices store calling information both in the phone and on the SIM card and, in certain cases, on removable flash memory cards. You should use passwords to prevent unauthorized access to your wireless phone or device, your wireless service account, and your voice mail. Also, you should delete all contacts, photos, and any other personal or sensitive information from your wireless device before you discard, trade or give it way. To delete this information you should:
Remove your phone's SIM card, if it has one;
Follow the manufacturer's instructions for deleting all personal information on your wireless device as specified in your owner's manual or on the manufacturer's Web site; and
You also may click here for device-specific information on clearing data from your wireless device.
Does AT&T have any other tools available to assist me in protecting my privacy and safety?
Yes. We have a long-standing commitment to protecting and safeguarding the privacy interests and safety of our Customers. To educate and empower consumers about how to wisely use technology AT&T has complied safety information for our Wireless, Internet, Television and Home Phone Services — including information on what you should know, and what you can do to protect your safety. Please log on to www.att.com/safety to learn more.
...To Corporate Control?
Information about our Customers and Users, including Personal Information, may be transferred as part of any merger, acquisition, sale of company assets, or transition of service to another provider, as well as in the unlikely event of an insolvency, bankruptcy, or receivership in which Customer and User records would be transferred to another entity as a result of such a proceeding.
...To This Policy?
If you do not receive acknowledgment of your inquiry or your inquiry is not satisfactorily addressed, you should then contact TRUSTe through the TRUSTe Watchdog Dispute Resolution Process and TRUSTe will serve as a liaison to resolve your concerns. Other rights and remedies also
For questions about your service or account not related to privacy, click on the ?Contact Us? link at the upper right hand corner of this page to be directed to AT&T customer service or technical support for assistance. You also can access your online account from the upper right hand corner of our home page at www.att.com for additional service options.
Customer Proprietary Network Information (CPNI) is information that AT&T telecommunications carriers obtain when providing your telecommunications services to you. CPNI includes the types of telecommunications services you currently purchase, how you use them, and the billing information related to those services, including items such as the types of local, long distance and wireless telecommunications services that you have purchased and your calling details. Your telephone number, name and address are not considered CPNI.
We use your CPNI to offer you additional services of the type you already purchase from AT&T. We also may use your CPNI to offer you products and services, packages, discounts and promotions from the AT&T companies, such as high-speed DSL Internet access, wireless service and U-verse TV services, which may be different from the types of services you already purchase.
If you wish to restrict our use of your CPNI for marketing purposes, you may contact a customer service representative or use the listed customer service phone number located on your AT&T telephone bill. Restricting our use of your CPNI for marketing purposes will not affect the provision of any AT&T products or services to which you subscribe, nor will it eliminate all types of AT&T marketing contacts.