Lower bills? HA! What Charter means is "Let's us do this or we will jack up your bill"
Re: Lower bills? HA! That wouldn't happen unless the chickens starts eating donkeys.
Bullshit. This wouldn't result in lower prices.
Saint Louis, MO
Re: Bullshit. When was the last time you got a price decrease from Charter? My bills typically increases 15-20% per year and in fact just did so again. In lieu of being "locked in" for a 12 month rate.
carefully tracked whats next who i sleep with come on
Re: carefully tracked
said by monk :All ISPs can probably get that info from Facebook, now that Facebook has made all that info searchable on search engines by default.
whats next who i sleep with come on
No If they do push this out they better allow a method to opt out by account and not some method where I have to put a cookie on every PC I use...
South Beloit, IL
How much lower? If they will make $5 a month per user, odds are they won't drop the price more than $5 a month, so no. I'm not interested.
Re: How much lower?
said by google2:Considering they are also going to metered billing I'm not sure how we are saving?
If they will make $5 a month per user, odds are they won't drop the price more than $5 a month, so no. I'm not interested.
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No lowering bills here. "seek more revenue from sources other than subscribers" doesn't sound like "lowering subscribers' bills". It sounds like "making more money".
Like Baz Luhrman said, "Accept certain inalienable truths. Prices will rise, politicians will philander, and you too will get old."
New Orleans, LA
If it actually meant lower prices, maybe But everyone knows there isn't a single bit of truth in that comment so what does it matter
Opt-In Opt-In would be more the legal method. Many people clear cookies on every browser closing.
Sure the cookie could be saved with a add-on, But there are many people who for some stupid reason have no problem with being tracked, so let the system be Opt-In.
Consumer Rights is more than just a suggestion.
North Little Rock, AR
Whats the difference? Whats the difference in this and what AT&T already does,turn all your Internet and call activity over to the Government illegally? How is it any different that what Google does,build in insecure back doors so the "authorities" and hackers can access all your email? You are already being tracked all over the Internet and have no privacy. At least Charter is being up front and telling you about it.
Patriots always speak of dying for their country never killing for it. Bertrand Russell
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Lake Arrowhead, CA
Answer to last two questions Hell no, and ROFL-no!
Cookies I've got news for the FCC regarding the information Charter told them about Cookies and users "expecting" them.
I use a popup blocker and "filters" to block and restrict and delete cookies except for a select handfull of site that I want cookies from - such as Paypal and Ebay and DSLreports and certain other sites. Any others get blocked or deleted.
Any others that don't get blocked either get put in IE - Privacy - Web Sites to be blocked - or I use Firefox in Privacy mode to browse sites when I just want to "look around" like Best Buy or New Egg or others that will be deleted and I Stop Private Browsing mode.
And I'm sure I'm not the only person that does this.