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Comcast’s Xfinity Stores Your Sensitive Data.


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Your internet service provider could have a good idea of who you’re planning to vote for in the 2024 election as well as the gender of the last person you slept with—and it’s saving that information for later. Major internet providers, like Comcast’s Xfinity, stockpile more revealing data than users might initially realize.



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Start by visiting Xfinity’s Privacy Center and scrolling down to Review your privacy preferences. Then, click on Manage your information and skim through all the available options to get a better grasp on your choices. Find the Sensitive personal information preferences section, and choose Review settings.


This next step was sometimes quite slow to load during my testing, so a little patience might be necessary. When it eventually pops up, fill out the form and click Continue. You may be asked to confirm the provided address. Finally, after all that clicking, locate the toggle labeled Storage and usage of sensitive personal information that appears on the last page and switch it off.

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