Just so we're clear: Charter is taking your browsing activity data and selling it to a third party for profit. They're then suggesting that doing so is an "enhanced online experience" (the phrase used in their e-mail to customers) on par with offering you faster connection speeds. Does insulting customer intelligence cost extra?
Karl Karl Karl. I do enjoy reading your acerbic wit.
I like the fact we've got to read the same story 3 times in one week. Does insulting your readers ability to remember the same story cost extra?
Karl must like dial-up. In fact, it's suspicious -- I haven't seen him complain about a dial-up company on BroadbandReports very often! Yeah, he's biased! -- Robb Topolski -= funchords.com =- Hillsboro, Oregon HTTP is the new Bandwidth Hog...