Earlier in the month we shared about how Verizon has been tracking users’ internet habits and selling them to advertisers for personalizing marketing efforts. Remember how we also shared that AT&T was being questioned about similar habits? Turns out that AT&T indeed has a supercookie program, even though they claim it currently isn’t being used. Now that the cat is out of the bag, the company has created an opt out program so that they can legally say they gave users the option to not be tracked before Relevant Advertising is fully rolled out. Want to enroll in the opt out? Visit this USA Today article to learn how: http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2014/11/15/att-tracking-supercookies/19086791/

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