We believe the more you know about how data is used for business and marketing purposes, the more you can enjoy the benefits that the 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.
We sometimes share information within our family of businesses so they can connect you to services, offers or promotions that might be of interest to you, such as upgraded internet service or a subscription to HBO. When we share with others, it’s for limited reasons with strict privacy protections. We don’t sell data that directly identifies you unless we have your explicit permission.
AT&T’s Privacy Principles, which guide our responsible data practices, give you choices about how your information is shared. CCPA adds to those choices. Specifically, the law allows California residents to:
- Request to view the information that we collect about you.
- Tell us not to sell information that is linked to you.
- Request deletion of information that is linked to you.
- View our CCPA data request metrics for the prior calendar year.