Virgin Media Tweaks Terms Over Snooping Fears

Cable.co.uk, Monday, June 11, 2012 12:58 PM
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Under the original wording of its London Underground Wi-Fi service, the cable company effectively had the right to monitor passengers' web history and emails, prompting complaints from MPs Steve Pound and Robert Halfon. These concerns were highlighted by the London Evening Standard and Virgin has since altered its terms to provide greater clarity, although the company insisted that its intentions are still the same.

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