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California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)

We believe the more you know about how we use data for business and marketing purposes, the more you can enjoy the benefits that our responsible use of information delivers to you.

AT&T — like nearly every company that provides a service — collects certain data that enables us to deliver it. For example, your address lets us deliver billing statements and special offers. Data from online activity helps us detect fraud and secure our network and devices.

AT&T’s Privacy Principles, which guide our responsible data practices, give you choices about how we share your information. CPRA adds to those choices. Specifically, the law allows California residents to:

    Request to view the information that we collect about you in a portable format.

    Tell us not to sell or share information that is linked to you.

    Request the correction or deletion of information that is linked to you, subject to certain exceptions.

    Control the use and sharing of sensitive personal information in certain circumstances.

    View our CCPA data request metrics for the prior calendar year.

You can see the categories of information we collect in our Privacy Notice.

California Residents:

California consumers can learn more about their right to ask us not to sell personal information in the Rights and Choices section of our privacy notice. Also, they can request to access or delete their information or request we not sell it among all the other rights listed below:

You may have some additional questions, so we’ve listed some common questions and answers below.

It’s now the California Privacy Rights Act and more consumer rights were added including the right to , correct, port, do not share and the right to control the use and sharing of Sensitive Personal information.

It's your choice, you don't need to take any actions. Your access to our services is not changing as a result of the law, which is effective Jan. 1, 2023.

If you are a California resident and we verify your identity, we’ll send you an Access Report. It will contain items linked to you, like data about your services with us and marketing information.

We also provide these choices to residents of other states.

If you’d like to learn more about AT&T’s commitment to privacy, visit Our Privacy Approach page.

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