AT&T is invading user privacy: Here's how [telecom]

By Kashish Verma

According to recent reports, an AT&T service technician claims that the company is invading the user's privacy. According to him, the company's iPad app maps the interiors of their customers' homes even without their knowledge.

The Issue

According to the technician, the app collects the data about the user's type and location of the home. It is then coupled together with their name and address. He claims that from the beginning of the year, more than 1,000 houses of Houston area have already been invaded and mapped by the company.

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